“Imagine! The city living as a biome” event

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Victoria University of Wellington Faculty of Architecture and Design are holding a free lecture on 8 October 2019.

Interested in hearing about the future of architecture? A future that is plant-based, petroleum free, socially fair, and ecologically sound?

Victoria University of Wellington’s Faculty of Architecture and Design is hosting a free lecture by visiting architect Klaus K Loenhart: "Imagine! The city as a living biome."

Klaus is an impact eco-visionary, founder of terrain: integral designs, terrain.cloud, and Professor at IA&L Landlab TU Graz, Austria. His idea of a multidisciplinary practice was sparked both while working at Herzog & de Meuron and studying at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

If you would like to join him as he shares his vision for a possible future for our urban societies and introduces Plant-Powered Systems Design, register here. This is a systems design approach that introduces breathing into buildings, and inspiration for a new kind of co-habitation on Earth.

The University’s Visiting Architect Programme takes place annually to share ideas and knowledge across different cultures and practices.

 

Date and time

Tue, 8 October 2019

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM NZDT

 

Venue

Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Architecture and Design

139 Vivian Street

Wellington, Wellington 6011

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