Stine Skovbjerg

A self-sustainable farming school is designed on the uninhabited island Tærø. 4 different landscape conditions frame the farming praxes taught within and around the architecture created.

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This thesis project is proposing a new farming school. The project is unfolding architecture to provide for regenerative farming praxis. The buildings take their starting point from an existing historical farm at the island Tærø. The existing farm, Jesminde, is renovated and provides permanent accommodation and shared facilities for the community. As a consequence of this farm, three new farms within different contextual conditions were created. These provide a temporary stay while working within the fields. Natural materials, traditional building techniques, and reversible architecture are the main design parameters within this project.