Young Carpenter Contest & The Evolution Competition | Eurobois 2018

European Young Carpenter Contest & The Evolution Competition

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Discover the contest in video!


3 winners for the French Selection of the European Young Carpenter Contest

Compagnons du Devoir apprentices Baptiste Menestrello, Nicolas Neret, and Alexis Damiens qualified from the national finals to represent France at the European Young Carpenter Contest finals in Luxembourg in the autumn of 2018.

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The ten candidates were :


Alexis DAMIENS - AOCDTF

Armand GERFAUD-VALENTIN - CCCA

Lucas EVRARD – FCMB

Baptiste CORNETTE - CCCA

Charly LENORMAND - CCCA

Thomas MARIETTE - AOCDTF

Baptiste MENESTRELLO – AOCDTF

Nicolas NERET - AOCDTF

Théry SEVESTRE – FCMB

Charles WHITE – FCMB


The Evolution Contest !

The Evolution Competition At the 2018 edition of the trade show, Compagnons du Devoir will be throwing down the gauntlet to teams, with the spotlight first and foremost on the evolution of practices in the trade through the use of digital tools. Each team must use different NC programming machines live during the show to make the two architectural structures that carried off the IFB 42 Architecture Awards. Both of these will be 5 metres high
 
  • Drafting on a workstation and 3D modelling
  • Machining with fixed NC machines and portable or manual tools
  • A job completed in real time, accessible and stimulating to the general public
This competition also tackles resource issues, putting the accent on local timber from sustainably managed forests.
 

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Close-up on the two prizewinning tower designs from IFB 42’s  Prix d’architecture  that carpentry teams will be making in the “Evolution” contest

The Àu gré du vent  (‘buffeted by the wind’) project– Ginger’s​ team

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Architect team: Audrey Bousigues, Valentin Ducros, and Laura Stoffel from the ENSAP Bordeaux and Bordeaux University establishments

Evolution contest carpentry team: Clément Blot, Aurélie Philibert, Tristan Vézin.

This observation tower is a place for learning and leisure, where users can appreciate the full value of nature, high and low. The tower is built from two main materials, timber and canvas, which give the project its own unique identity and fit in wonderfully with the host location. The cloth walls create plays of light and dark, view and sensation. From within and without, the tower is forever showing new faces.​


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The wooden panoramic observation tower project – Team 3T

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Architect team: Tanguy Guyot and Etienne Laurent from the ENISE St-Etienne and ENSA Clermont-Ferrand establishments

Evolution contest carpentry team: Hugo Boulzaguet, Valentin Grandjean, Nicolas Loivet

This tower is scaled to match the landscape so that it only just overlooks the forest without overshadowing it, offering a 360° view from the top. A friendly-sized observation tower in dimensional harmony with its territory, accessible to all, especially nature lovers and ecotourists. This structure was designed foremost to be tough and durable, using local sustainable materials, then to respect its surroundings. That’s why it just had to be wood.


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