11 01, 2022

Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture

2022-01-11T19:07:29+00:00January 11th, 2022|Categories: Architecture, Technology|

"Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture". Panel Discussion on September 9, 2021, Venice Biennale Italian Pavillion. Moderator: Thomas Spiegelhalter (Florida International University, Miami Architecture - Resilience). Panelist: Andrew Hessel (Chairman, Genome Project-Write), Mitchell Joachim (Founder, Terreform One / Professor, NYU), Rachel Armstrong (Living Systems Professor of Experimental Architecture, Newcastle University) Youtube Link

9 06, 2021

Participation at the Venice Biennale 2021 – Resilient Communities

2021-06-09T13:30:35+00:00June 9th, 2021|Categories: Architecture|

Every two years the architecture world takes over Italy for La Biennale Architettura (Venice Biennale), one of the most prestigious international architecture events in the world with origins dating back to the late 1800s. Thousands of architects, designers and educators flood the streets of Venice sharing their designs and ideas on the built environment with the public. This year, three FIU architecture professors and dozens of students will exhibit their work on this grand architecture stage. Prof. Thomas Spiegelhalter will present and curate the event on Carbon-Positive Buildings, Green-Blue Infrastructure Scenarios for Miami and the Greater Island, 2018-2100, with an expert panel on Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture with Autodesk Life Science microbiologists and geneticists on Living Systems. Read more about it here: https://news.fiu.edu/2021/how-will-we-live-together-fius-school-of-architecture-sheds-light-at-2021-venice-biennale?fbclid=IwAR0VuhEOcgfiBw13rhC16cle5LRupe3ix_NAlYWxIxEhuAoDEXNN_FhcRLY

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