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A city in a closed circuit

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A city in a closed circuit

date

5 July 2021, 17:00

place

GDD stage

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The lecture will introduce us the subject of circular economy in the context of cities and architecture. The lecturer will tell us how to design in a closed circuit. He will explain the relationship between "post-growth" and closed-loop economy.

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals is an agenda of the United Nations which shows us the directions and ways of developing and creating a good future together. During the lecture, we will consider whether cities can be circular. We will talk about how you can build them using existing materials. The lecturer will reveal what the relationship between post-growth and the circular economy is about.


"We are like a juggler who takes balls, tosses them once into the air, and then throws them away, reaching for new ones. Nature, on the other hand, juggles with one ball. with a set of balls and keeps throwing them. "- Janine Benyus, Biomimica

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speaker

Adrian Krężlik

Adrian Krężlik

Architect and designer, PhD student at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto, lecturer at the School of Form.In own work professional and research links the contemporary technologies with traditional. Examines agency and the impact of design with the environment. Earlier worked, among others at Zaha Hadid Architects, Rojkind Arquitectos in Mexico and developed software basedon art...

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