Hans Ulrich Obrist, Egill Sæbjörnsson and Lucia Pietroiusti discussed how architects and designers can tackle the challenges of the anthropocene in the second part of a discussion hosted by Therme Art and Dezeen.
Held during Gallery Weekend Berlin, the talk is part of Therme Art’s Wellbeing Culture Forum – a talks programme exploring the role of culture, art, design and architecture in promoting health and wellbeing in urban populations.
Entitled Growing Gaia, the talk was the third in a programme of events happening from 11-13 September at the König Galerie in Berlin.
This was the second part of a panel discussion exploring the Gaia Hypothesis, a theory formulated by American biologist Lynn Margulis and British chemist James Lovelock in the 1970s.
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