Huhtasuo, Mankola, Palokka, Sydän-Laukaa, and Viitaniemi schools from Central-Finland participated in KIKS project’s kick-off in Finland. The kick-off programs were led by Pirjo Häkkinen, Kristóf Fenyvesi and Markus Hähkiöniemi (University of Jyväskylä). The participating students have been working on bridge designs, studied and built various constructions, like buckyballs, nanotubes and a huge geodesic dome – a structurally similar construction, which served as a wireframe basis of the world largest ice dome realized in Finland in 2014 by Arno Pronk Dutch architect and his international team. Some of the constructions were also implemented in small art projects.
They also edit a video of the kick-off: