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Design Talk | A Colorful Conversation: Gere Kavanaugh Louise Sandhaus, co-author of A Colorful Life: Gere Kavanaugh, Designer in conversation with design legend Gere Kavanaugh. They discuss the breadth of Kavanaugh’s expansive contributions to design over the last seven decades, in a career that covered everything from flamboyant ...
Design Talk | Supersonic: The Design and Lifestyle of Concorde Lawrence Azerrad, Grammy Award-winning author of Supersonic, and Debbie Millman, National Design Award-winning host of Design Matters, in conversation on the ingenuity and enduring creative legacy of Concorde, the world’s first—and so far only—luxury supersonic airliner.
Supersonic explores the history, ...
Monarch Sanctuary | Nature–Design Triennial The population of the beloved monarch butterfly has drastically depleted due to susceptibility to agricultural pesticides, temperature changes, and land development. Terreform ONE’s proposed 30,000-square-foot sanctuary is a vertical meadow behind a glass façade with highly regulated temperature and humidity. ...
DISEÑO | Henry Muñoz and Alfonso Medina A conversation with Henry Muñoz, President and CEO of the architecture firm Muñoz & Company, Alfonso Medina, architect and founder of T38 Studio, and Christina De León, Associate Curator of Latino Design at Cooper Hewitt. Focusing on cities within the ...
Dr. Max Liboiron "BabyLegs" | Nature–Design Triennial Max Liboiron is a feminist environmental scientist, science and technology studies (STS) scholar, and activist. As an Assistant Professor in Geography at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Liboiron directs Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR), a feminist, anti-colonial laboratory that ...
Personal Food Computer | Nature–Design Triennial Personal Food Computers (PFC_EDUs) pair controlled-environment agriculture with open-source data sharing. The growth chambers are inexpensive and easily deployed, ideal for educators and makers. Users control conditions in the chamber, developing and sharing “climate recipes” to optimize growth conditions for ...
Bamboo Theatre | Nature–Design Triennial Xu Tiantian’s Bamboo Theater is a living structure in a rural Chinese village. The open-air theatre consists entirely of living bamboo stalks bent and woven into a domed shape. The structure is maintained by the villagers, who remove dead bamboo ...
Tissue Engineered Textiles | Nature–Design Triennial Amy Congdon applies techniques such as embroidery and crochet to the creation of diminutive but precise physical structures that can be used to help grow living cells. These textile scaffolds facilitate tissue regeneration and have applications from fashion to medicine. ...
Origami Membrane for 3D Organ Engineering | Nature–Design Triennial Scientists at the Wyss Institute are developing an origami-based system for engineered organs. The inflatable origami structure is made of membranes filled with hydrogels that contain organ cells. When the membranes’ panels are inflated with gel, the device collapses into ...
Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture | Nature–Design Triennial RICA will train the next generation of leaders in conservation agriculture to adopt and promote sustainable food independence production in Rwanda. The concept of the campus design was inspired by the One Health approach to interlink ecological, animal, and human ...

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