Reviving New York's Rivers with Oysters!
Kate Orff

Kate Orff hopes to save the Gowanus canal through a system inspired by and using oysters. Other canal and river systems with such pollution problems can also adopt the oyster system to help clean-up the future generation's environment.

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Kate Orff: Reviving New York's Rivers with Oysters!

December 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Kate Orff hopes to save the Gowanus canal through a system inspired by and using oysters. Other canal and river systems with such pollution problems can also adopt the oyster system to help clean-up the future generation's environment.

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William McDonough: Cradle to Cradle Design

February 1, 2005 (over 15 years ago)

William McDonough shares his thoughts on what design should be: aesthetically and environmentally-friendly.

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Daniel Libeskind: 17 Words of Architectural Inspiration

February 1, 2009 (over 11 years ago)

Daniel Libeskind gives 17 words that he believes embody the true meaning of architecture.

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Joshua Prince-Ramus: Seattle's Library

February 1, 2006 (over 14 years ago)

In this fast-paced talk, Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus races through three incredible architectural projects. He tells us about the Seattle Central Library, the Dallas Theater, and the Louisville Contemporary Art Museum.

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Joshua Prince-Ramus: Building a Theater that Remakes Itself

October 1, 2009 (over 10 years ago)

In this impressive talk, Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus tells us about building a theater that remakes itself. First he talks to us about the current role of architects and what must be done to change it. He then shows us the new Wyly theater and how it reconfigures itself into various theater forms.

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Paola Antonelli: Treating Design as Art

March 1, 2007 (over 13 years ago)

In this talk, Paola Antonelli tells us about the art of design. She talks about how diverse the range is for it's application. She also talks about the new and notable designers. She gives emphasis on how Design is an art that really takes into consideration the whole world in both it's creation ...

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Norman Foster: Norman Foster's Green Agenda

January 1, 2007 (over 13 years ago)

Foster, a prolific and multi-award winning architect, explains how computers can actually be used to create buildings which are eco-friendly.

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Reed Kroloff: On Modern and Romantic Architecture

February 1, 2003 (over 17 years ago)

In this talk, Architecture critic Reed Kroloff tells us about modern and romantic architecture. How the discussion for architecture has gone up due to 9/11, complete with a scathing review of its rebuilding plan. He also defines technological and romantic architecture then provides excellent exam...

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Cameron Sinclair: The Refugees of Boom-and-Bust

February 1, 2009 (over 11 years ago)

Cameron Sinclair shows how refugee workers are being mistreated to work on construction away from their homeland.

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Jaime Lerner: Jaime Lerner Sings of the City

March 1, 2007 (over 13 years ago)

Jaime Lerner talks about how a city could be transformed and put back together to help the environmemt through his wit and his voice.

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