Unentropic principles. (Shelter and symbiotic construction).
In order to welcome our board, to give them some comfort, we need to set camp. Our camps are spread in three little habitats: the room, for one or two people, where you can sleep, cook and rest. The bath, where you can have a sauna and wash yourself. And the thinkshop, where you can give time and contemplation to your ideas. These slight shelters give you some space and time so you can live for a few days in this hill. They are somewhere between a tent and a cabin. Barely climatised, almost an exterior, before domesticity.
All energy resources are obtained directly from the surroundings, through very simple mechanisms, with no machines involved. No waste is left on the site, and the structures are easily disassemblable, transportable and reassemblable in another camp.
With the necessaries of life –food, shelter, clothing and fuel- provided, you can devote some time to share and document your thoughts and feelings.
the campboards story at Inspira program. La2 national spanish television: