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Building Urban Environment Across Disciplines

15 September 8:30am - 10:00am
Organized by: Design Museum Boston
Venue: Northeastern University, ISEC Building
805 Columbus Avenue
First Floor
Design Museum Mornings with Dan Adams of Landing Studio


Traditionally, object-based architecture has engaged with trades, crafts, and engineers. What are the new disciplinary relationships of an ecologic architecture? September’s Design Museum Morningwill explore this transition in architecture and how it requires interdisciplinary study and practice.


The more we are aware of our collective environmental impacts, the more we are challenged to change architectural practice from designing discrete buildings or cities to designing one interconnected environment. This ecologic conception of architecture adds connections and flows to the existing palette of architecture: space, form, and material – and new questions emerge- Where does architecture come from and where does it go? What systems are we shaping when we build a city?


Join us along with Dan Adams of Landing Studio for an in-depth exploration of ecological architecture and its cause for connection between disciplines. This presentation kicks off at 9:00 am on the morning of September 15th at Northeastern University’s ISEC building, and will feature audience Q&A, coffee, breakfast, and plenty of great design discussion.

Doors open at 8:30 am; Presentation begins at 9:00 am.


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Design Museum Mornings - a monthly event series brought to you by Design Museum Boston. These events are meant to inspire you before your day begins and bring you closer to the Design Museum Boston community. Each event will include a short presentation by a local thought-leader, free breakfast, and great people to wake up with. These events are hosted and sponsored by various generous businesses of the Greater Boston area.