A week after our trade show, we were funded by Circular Glasgow to be their main attraction in the centre of Glasgow.
Made with our hemp insulation system, our cabin demonstrated all the best sustainable materials and architectural design practices to Scottish citizens on 30 March in St. Enochs Square.
The building is part-funded by Zero Waste Scotland and you can read about it here: https://www.indinature.co/buildings-gallery
The aim of the event was to promote our products, build the market for sustainable construction and to encourage citizens to think about the limits of our natural resources and live more sustainably - saving money along the way.
Thank you to our brilliant team (Kirsty, Susie, Sam, Ewan - and my son Luke) for launching our demo building made with our hemp insulation system at the Scotland Build trade show over two days this week at the SEC in Glasgow. An exhausting time with so many visitors - we definitely had the most popular stand. With four staff on each day, we couldn't keep up with the flow of interest - such an easy sell.
This was an overwhelming amount of further market validation for us from contractors, developers, local authorities, builders, architects, home owners, surveyors, engineers, academics and distributors.
As our technical sales person Kirsty said "The feedback and attitudes to natural materials were met with enthusiasm and support. It was a positive and uplifting experience and it makes me feel a lot better about the future of the construction industry. It was a truly epic couple of days."
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