As part of the Europan Forum at the Cité de l'architecture, Philippe Chiambaretta participates in the panel "City and architecture of tomorrow" on Friday, December 14.
On the occasion of the Inventaire des Réinventer book release, the Pavilion de l'Arsenal hosts a conference curated by Catherine Sabbah.
As part of the Creation Seminar, Philippe Chiambaretta brings his testimony and takes part in the reflection conducted by the École du Management de Paris at the School of Mines.
"The work of architects is now not to create fixed forms, which impose a geometric, political, or technological order, but to gradually adjust existing ecosystems in a long-term iterative process of experimentation"
Interview with Jana Revedin, architect, Ph.D. researcher and professor of architecture.
As a wise observer, Jean-Philippe Mesguen photographs and records the various stages of Haussmann's construction site every month until completion of the project.
In this last part of a long scientific journey, Philippe Chiambaretta and other authors continue the investigation conducted by the Gerphau laboratory on the design and production of human artifacts from an ecological perspective.
"The illusion of human centrality suffers a double knockout: not only is the human figure expelled but the forms that act as a surrogate on the canvas remind humans that their perception is terribly limited."
Interview with Thomas Schlesser, director of the Hartung-Bergman Foundation in Antibes and art historian.
PCA-STREAM and Gide unveil “LABORDE”, former royal barracks transformed into the 21st-century offices of a business law firm
A round-table discussion about Stream 04 - The paradoxes of the living with:
Philippe Chiambaretta, Founder Architect, PCA-STREAM
Perig Pitrou, anthropologist, CNRS/Collège de France/Université PSL
François Képès, biologist, Synovance, member of the Académie des Technologies
Catherine Larrère, philosopher, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Catherine Mosbach, Landscape designer, DPLG
Chris Younès, philosopher, ENSA Paris-La Villette et École Spéciale d’Architecture
"I think one of the real challenges for anybody associated with human interaction and computer science is really figuring out how people are transformed by this."
Interview with Joseph Paradiso, Professor at the MIT Media Lab and Director of the Responsive Environments Group.
Gilles Boeuf is a biologist and professor of environmental physiology at the University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris.
In this interview, Gilles Boeuf questions our relationship with nature through contemporary environmental issues, specially the collapse of biodiversity. In this way, he encourages us to look to nature as an ally in order to develop factors of resilience, by participating, for example, in reestablishing and enhancing urban biodiversity.
"The city reimagined from a metabolic point of view hinges on the overthrowing of ideological barriers of modern thought and should be viewed on the scale of the residential unit, the neighborhood, and the city to that of the territory and in fine on a planetary scale." Philippe Chiambaretta.
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