20.10.2023 / 12:00h / Agora

Architecture results from spatially fixing materials, energy, labor, and capital flows from local and distant sources, and it generally entails the transformation of other landscapes elsewhere, large emissions, and destructive footprints. Failing to account for these interdependencies between the process of these material flows occludes critical ecological and architectural connections. This talk offers a view of how design and technological development combine and turn into an ecological agent to help transition from a fossil-fuel, carbon-intensive economy to one based on renewable bio-based materials and sources: design and technology as a powerful agent in a warming planet.

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