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Architecture and Enviroment Talk Tuesday 25th // 18:30 by tutor
October 24, 2016, 5:32 pm
Filed under: 2016-17

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Image: ‘Portraits of Nature’ exhibition @Embassy of Brazil In London

Tomorrow Tuesday 25/10 at 18:30 at the Embassy of Brazil in London we will host a short talk exploring the themes of the exhibition Portraits of Nature. As it is roughly after the Unit class we recommend you to attend as we will have some very relevant discussions about the relationship between architecture and environment. Please feel free to distribute it for friends and whoever may be interested to come. Free entry, location Embassy of Brazil in London.

RSVP essential:  culturalbrazil.rsvp@gmail.com

The info:

Moderated by Brazilian architect and curator Ricardo de Ostos, guest speakers Ruairi Glynn and Isaie Bloch will discuss how their experiences in Brazil and related contexts have expanded their view of the built environment.  Between tradition and innovation the objective of this round-table is to emancipate an important debate about how architects are currently conceiving new ways of imagining architecture’s relationship with the environment it inhabits.

Ricardo de Ostos is a director of NaJa & deOstos, a London-based studio developed as a platform for experimental architectural design.

Ruairi Glynn practices as an installation artist and directs the Interactive Architecture Lab at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

Isaïe Bloch, founder of Eragatory, focuses his ongoing research and design ambitions on the correlation between craftsmanship and Additive manufacturing within several creative domains including Architecture, Fashion and Plastic arts.

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