Last week, the 6th edition of the architecture building camp Hello Wood took place near the small village of Vigántpetend in the west of Hungary. A total of 120 students and 30 team leaders from all over the world lived and worked together for eight long days. This year’s special honoured guest was architect Katsuya Fukushima from Tokyo. Emiel Lamers was invited by Hello Wood as an outside observer and critic in his role as correspondent for A10 magazine. The students, divided into 15 groups, made the most amazing wooden constructions for a temporary village, part of this year’s 25th edition of the Valley of Arts festival.