In a series of four lecture evenings the Amsterdam architecture centre Arcam explores the city’s borders. What is the role of environments where nature can thrive and inhabitants can recharge? Should we make greener buildings to draw the landscapes deeper into the urban fabric? This evening highlights the role that microbiology, biomimicry and mini-habitats can play, and we focus on biospheres in which humans, animals and plants live together.
Next to a lecture by nextcity.nl’s research director, architect and teacher at the Academy of Architecture Amsterdam, Mathias Lehner there will be contributions by Lydia Fraaije, Biomimicry, and Edwin Gardner, Studio Monk. After the presentations there is room for debate and discussion. The event is a in collaboration with the Van Eesteren Museum.
Date: March 31, 2020
Time: 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. | 7.45 pm walk-in
Location: Van Eesteren Museum, Noordzijde 31, 1064 GV Amsterdam
Ticket price: Regular € 12.50
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This lecture program is part of the design study “The City Edges Lab” on new typologies for the city edges, with Amsterdam as a test case, a joint initiative of ARCAM and BNA Research and is supported by the municipality of Amsterdam and Ymere and co-financed by the Surcharge for Top Consortia for Knowledge and Innovation (TKIs) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. The Hogeschool van Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture and the Hogeschool Utrecht collaborate as knowledge partners.