Video: Living architecture, can microorganisms help to build our cities and power them too?

Combining architecture, engineering and biology, a panel of academics and architects will discuss how microorganisms are changing the way we think about sustainability and the fabric of our cities.


- Richard Beckett, director of BiotA Lab, The Bartlett, UCL

- Simone Ferracina, researcher at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University and editor of Organs Everywhere

- Marco Poletto, co-founder and director of ecoLogicStudio

- Gimi Rimbu, research associate at Bristol BioEnergy Center, University of West England

- Chair: Lewis Blackwell, curator of SuperMaterial

This talk is part of the SuperMaterial event series, curated by The Built Environment Trust. The event programme is kindly supported by Trimo.


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