100 Day Studio: APPARATA and Ciaran Malik – Lifespan

Day 83 of the 100 Day Studio: An exploration of the ways in which buildings are (supposedly) designed with a specific lifespan, and how this relates to energy transition and fundamental conceptions of architecture, hosted by APPARATA and Ciaran Malik. The talk forms part of APPARATA’s ongoing Making the World series, aimed at creating conversations between architects, engineers, historians, and policymakers on how the built environment is made.

The 100 Day Studio is a new series of online lectures, interviews, building tours and panel discussions, organised by The Architecture Foundation. For 100 weekdays from Monday April 6th 2020 to Thursday August 27th 2020, the 100 Day Studio will host many of best architects and architectural thinkers in the world, broadcast live and uploaded here on this channel. The curriculum for the week ahead will be announced each Friday at architecturefoundation.org.uk/news/100-day-studio

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