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Architecture & Ecology: Tuesday 4 December

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Rachel Armstrong and Steve Fuller explore the future of our planet

Rachel Armstrong is a sustainability innovator, author of TED book Living Architecture and creator of new materials that possess properties associated with living systems and have the capacity to ‘grow’ architecture.

Steve Fuller is the Auguste Comte Chair in Social Epistemology in Warwick University’s department of sociology, is the author of Humanity 2.0: What it Means to be Human, Past, Present and Future.

Hochhauser Auditorium
Victoria & Albert Museum
4 December, Tuesday, 7:00pm

To Book

Tickets to the event are £9 and can be booked at www.vam.ac.uk/whatson

Readers of the AR can book for a concessionary rate of £6 by calling 0207 942 2211 and quoting The Architectural Review offer. The first event is in only a few weeks’ time so book now.

The Architecture& series follows the success of last year’s Future Frontiers series, which included, among others, Charles Jencks and Patrik Schumacher debating Style and Peter Buchanan and Michael Sorkin on Humanity. These lectures can be found online at www.architectural-review.com/FutureFrontiers.

Other debates in the Architecture& Series

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Architecture & Urbanism: Tuesday 13 November

Peter Wynne Rees and Liza Fior debate the development of London

Hochhauser Auditorium
Victoria & Albert Museum
13 November, Tuesday, 7:00pm

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