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Lecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (England)

27/12/2014

Vo Trong Nghia will give a lecture in International Lecture Series at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL

Start: 18:30 on 4 February 2015

Location: 140 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2BX

Lecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture

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The Bartlett School of Architecture is part of The Bartlett: University College London (UCL)’s global faculty of the Built Environment in England and one of the world’s most exciting architecture schools. The name stands for provocative ideas, boundary-pushing research and high-achieving lecturers and students.

Lecture at Technical University of Braunschweig (Germany)

10/12/2014

Vo Trong Nghia lectured in Technical University of Braunschweig in Germany
Theme: HORTITECTURE 01 – alternative sustainable strategies that explore the synergies combining architecture and plant material
Date: 10th December 2014
Location: University of Braunschweig
Organization: Institute for Design and Architectural Strategies

Lecture in Technical University of Braunschweig

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Topic of Symposium and Lectures
Public lectures focusing on alternative sustainable strategies that explore the synergies in combining architecture and plant material. Speakers will present projects, research, their conceptual approaches and experiences. In the panel discussions, we will exchange and discuss opinions on the relevance of Hortitecture for in the current international architectural discourse, in search for a green urban future.

The Hortitecture 01 Symposium is part of a research seminar to compare and analyze architectural solutions based on traditional and vernacular wisdom as well as recent explorations, and how these are fueling an entirely new discourse in the field of architecture. In studying the intersections between architectural, horticultural and technological practices, our goal is to transfer knowledge beyond building design to a larger urban scope, creating better, more sustainable future cities.