Jan Portheine, a young Dutch entrepreneur and engineer, shows in his TEDxtalk what might be a simple and sustainable solution for festivals. Instead of all those thousands of tents that are left behind…
Co-Founder of KarTent
During his graduation at Architecture at the TU Delft, Jan designed, tested and implemented a solution for the thousands of tents that are left behind after a festival. With a history in cardboard constructions and a creative view he managed to make the KarTent to what it is now. (www.kartent.nl).
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