Gothean research centre, now achieved university status.
This innovative centre will serve as a place for practical and academic teaching, learning and research.
We have overcome a number of challenges including Leichtlehm works (light clay straw), multi-sourced rammed earth, copper fish scale tiles (resolved by an Oxford Mathematics Professor), rain water harvesting with no pumps and composting
toilets without the presence of a composting toilet.
A variety of local materials are being used including limestone rock, lime mortar, pigment, soil, turf, wood, plants and animal materials.
The building is the concept of Aonghus Gordon, entrepreneur and CEO of Ruskin Mill trust that runs Steiner based colleges across the uk, helping students with Aspergers and Autistic syndromes.