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  • Future Cities 2: Other Worlds

    Future Cities 2
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    “Future Cities 2” is an all day event held by the AVATAR (Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research) group, a cross-disciplinary, research active architectural design group that examines the impact of emerging technologies on the built environment and wider culture.

    “Future Cities 2: Other Worlds,” with 
keynote speaker Greg LYNN & more
    Thursday, 04/11
    9.45am-6.00pm / Howe Lecture Theatre, Maritime Campus
    University of Greenwich
    30 Park Row
    London, Greenwich SE10 9LS, United Kingdom

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    Keynote Speaker ///

    Greg Lynn: Founder, Greg Lynn FORM office / O. Univ. Professor of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna / Studio Professor, UCLA School of the Arts & Architecture / Davenport Visiting Professor, Yale School of Architecture / Winner – Golden Lion, 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale / Fellow, United States Artists.

    Other Speakers ///

    Rachel Armstrong: Senior Lecturer, Research & Enterprise, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich
    Nic Clear: Head of Department, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich.
    Mark Garcia: Author, Editor / Senior Lecturer in History and Theory, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich.
    Simon Herron: Academic Leader in Architecture, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich.
    Koert van Mensvoort: Head of Next Nature Lab at the Industrial Design Department, Eindhoven University of Technology.
    Mark Morris: Visiting Associate Professor and Thesis Coordinator, Department of Architecture, Cornell University.
    Sarah Jane Pell: Artist and founder of the Aquabatics Research Team, Melbourne, Australia.
    Neil Spiller: Visionary Architect / Dean, School of Architecture, Design and Construction, University of Greenwich.

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