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Through a cross-cultural dialogue we explore how French and Danish architects rethink resources in their projects and practices.
As we grow more aware of the limits of our planet’s resources, it is vital to shift from an exploitative to a restorative and regenerative architecture. But what resources do we have at hand, how are new materials engineered and experienced, and what are the limits for recycling of waste and use of bio-based materials?
Sustainable futures are dependent on experimenting architecture that imagine new materials and aesthetics with sustainability in mind. Through a cross-cultural dialogue we explore how French and Danish architects rethink resources in their practices.
Join the talk with insights from Anders Lendager, Founding partner, Lendager Group, Ingrid Taillandier, Founding partner, ITAR architectures, Susan Jayne Carruth, Partner and Head of Operations GXN, Antoine Petitjean, Architect and Urban Planner, Atelier Philippe Madec. The talk will be moderated by journalist, Louise Sandager.
6.30 pm Refreshments
7.00 pm Welcome by CEO of UIACPH2023 Mette Lindberg
7.15 pm Session 1: Anders Lendager & Ingrid Taillandier
7.35 pm Session 2: Susan Jayne Carruth & Antoine Petitjean
7.55 pm Session 3: Joint panel
8.25 pm Closing remarks
The symposium is a pre-event leading up to the UIA World Congress 2023 Copenhagen Sustainable Futures – Leave No One Behind, that will take place in Copenhagen July 2-6, 2023.
The congress will focus on the multiple ways in which architecture and the built environment can support the fulfilment of the UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The international symposium is part of the Sustainable Futures III PhD-course hosted by CITA, The Royal Danish Academy: Architecture, Design, Conservation.The event is disseminated in collaboration with DigitalFutures.