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Read here what The Guardian has to say about StoneCycling

"Rotterdam, the Dutch city home to more than 600,000 people and hundreds of high-rise buildings, can feel pretty dense. But hop on a bike and cycle around the city centre and you can still discover empty plots of land. 

This is how a young couple, Nina Aalbers and her boyfriend Ferry in ‘t Veld, architecture graduates of the Technical University of Delft, found the perfect place to build their first house together. The twist? They’re building it from waste."

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Building from waste, soon a reality: first projects in the making

Exciting times for StoneCycling. Building from waste is not longer an idea, a concept or a thought. What started out as a dream is becoming a reality. 

In Amsterdam the TrueTalker is taking shape. Studioninedots and StoneCycling designed an open structure with a fireplace right in the heart of it. It is a structure that shields the fire and the ones around it, gradually connecting this comfortable zone with the world outside. This unique pavilion is called the TrueTalker. It invites people to sit around the campfire and share crazy, heartbreaking or heartwarming dreams and ideas. It is part of the arts program of the Netherlands presidency of the European Union 2016. Want to find out more?  Come and check it out at FabCity from the 27th of May onwards. 

The idea...

The idea...

And the progress so far...

And the progress so far...

And in the center of Rotterdam the people of Architectuur Maken are building their very own house. They came up with a unique pattern of the Caramel Raw and Sliced.  

These are the brave early adaptors and we are proud to be able to work with them. Stay tuned for the results and sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page. 

The idea....

The idea....

And the progress... 

And the progress...