In 01966 Louis Guillaume Le Roy (01924 - 02012) of the municipality of Heerenveen was commissioned to set up a kilometer long and 20 meter wide strip of public space. This was the start of the first ecocathedral, which Le Roy later realized on a piece of land in Mildam, with thousands of cargo vowels, pavement tires, tiles and residual waste from streetmakers. And the work continues until the present day. And so forth, and so forth, and so forth.
In 02018, the year in which Leeuwarden / Fryslân is the European Capital of Culture, you will get the chance to find out what ecocathedrals realy are. What are they, why should we build them, where can you build an ecocathedral, who can build ecocathedrals? These are just a few questions we want to answer in 9 workshops.
Every month, with the exception of June, July and December, a workshop is organized for up to 15 people per workshop. It explains in theory the theory behind ecocathedal thinking, but the hands are also going out of the sleeves: it is stacked in the ecocathedral in Mildam and Heerenveen-Midden.
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"An ecocathedral is an area where human, plant and animal work together in an equivalent way, without prior plan and free energy. It is a place where nature and culture come together. The Foundation TIJD advocates landing in every place of any planology and giving it the destination "Ecocathedral process" as the land in Mildam has. We call this a symbiotic double city. An ecocathedral process has been started in the Le Roy Garden in Heerenveen since 1966, and in the Groningen district of Lewenborg, a Le Roy area is being developed around the same time."
Read the article "Time based architecture: building with TIME" by Piet Vollaard
Bekijk ook de Nederlandse versie van de website over de Ecokathedraal