ARCHITECTS and DESIGNERS TAKE ON GLOBAL WARMING at LONDON EXHIBITION
“Energy-saving technologies are not enough to stem climate change,” says host group from NYU
A groundbreaking exhibition series explores how architecture and design can help reduce climate change and bridge the gap between people and the natural world.
“Elsewhere Envisioned” will draw more than 25 leading designers, architects, landscape architects, urbanists, historians, and scientists to London’s Building Centre from 20 September to 20 October, 2012.
Hosted by NLA - London's Centre for the Built Environment, "Elsewhere Envisioned" is presented by GLOBAL Design NYU (GDNYU), directed and curated by New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study professors Peder Anker, Louise Harpman, and Mitchell Joachim.
WHAT: “Elsewhere Envisioned”
WHEN: 20 September - 20 October, 2012
WHERE: The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT
WHO: Free and open to the public
ON VIEW: Drawings and physical models by leading architects and designers
Participants include: Aberrant (UK), ACME (UK), atmos (UK), AWP (France), BIG (Denmark), Biothing (UK), BLOOM (UK), Code: Architects / Eriksen + Skajaa (Norway), Creus and Carrasco (Spain), CUAC (Spain), David Kohn Architects (UK), doxiadis+ (Greece), Fantastic Norway (Norway), GroundLab (UK), Haugen/Zohar (Norway), HHF (Switzerland), Jestico + Whiles (UK), J. Mayer H. (Germany), LAVA (Germany, Australia), Mi5 (Spain), MMW (Norway), NEA Studio (Norway, USA), New Territories (France), Ordinary [Magnus Larsson & Alex Kaiser] (UK), OSA_Office of Subversive Architecture (Germany), Rachel Armstrong (UK), Raumlabor Berlin (Germany), Serie (UK), SLA (Denmark), Specht Harpman (USA), Studio Weave (UK), Terreform ONE (USA), Topotek1 (Germany)