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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StoneCycling, Academy of Architecture Amsterdam and Studioninedots develop brick of the future

What does the brick of the future look like? Does the brick still have value in the future? What is the function of the brick? How will we build walls? 

Students presenting their first ideas

Students presenting their first ideas

A group of students of the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam will be diving into these questions the coming months. Studioninedots' architect Jurjen van der Horst together with the StoneCycling team will be guiding these students towards bricks beyond imagination. 

In June the potential bricks of the future will be presented at the Academy in Amsterdam. A big thumbs up for St. Joris, our production partner. They will turn the ideas of the students into actual bricks. 

More information on the project? Download the pdf here

Stacking bricks. What makes a construction stable? 

Stacking bricks. What makes a construction stable? 

We'll keep you posted on the imagination of the students.