A Sustainable House in the shape of an fruit made by students from IESK win the Nordic Craft Competition

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Sustainable Orange House - Nordic Craft Competition

A group of IES Kista students have won the Nordic CRAFT competition by creating a sustainable house in the shape of an orange.

The students, along with Textiles teacher Ms Saxena, worked with different countries in the Nordic region to participate in the CRAFT (creating really advanced future thinkers ) competition.

There were a total of 7 teams from Denmark, Sweden, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Our year six students, Cecilia, Hannah, Charlotte, Amina, Uzair, Dipto, Amir and Daniel, decided to make a house in the shape of an orange. The house had a solar panel, windmill, rain water tank with solar heater, community laundry area and community garden. 

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