Architecture matters - an exploration towards a circular economy

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Duncan Baker-Brown is the architect and academic behind Europe’s first public building made of material others throw away i.e. The Brighton Waste House that was built in partnership with over 360 design & construction students. The Waste House is a pedagogic tool, an open studio, a live research project and a polemic. Baker-Brown will discuss how it has influenced his latest work in practice.
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Publication statusPublished - 13 Nov 2015
EventInnovation Kongress 2015 Power of Innivation - Villach, Austria, 13 November 2015
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