IAAC Fall Lecture Series – Leave No Trace – Towards a Circular Architecture
Lecturer: Arthur Mamou-Mani
Date: Tuesday, October 20th, 19:30 (CEST)
According to the UN Environment and the International Energy Agency’, our building industry is responsible for 39% of all carbon emission. Architects, engineers, contractors and everyone else involved in our field now have a duty to work collectively to reduce our carbon impact. The environmental cost has to take priority over financial values and our materials and design technologies need to serve this higher purpose. Arthur Mamou-Mani is an architect specialised in eco-parametricism, looking at coupling a cradle to cradle approach to design with the maker’s movement. Through several of his practice’s projects, Arthur will show how parametric design can bring us closer to the natural world.
About Arthur Mamou-Mani
Arthur Mamou-Mani is a French architect and director of the award-winning practice Mamou-Mani Architects, specialised in a new kind of digitally designed and fabricated architecture. He is a lecturer at the University of Westminster and owns a digital fabrication laboratory called the Fab.Pub which allows people to experiment with large 3D Printers and Laser Cutters.
Since 2016, he is a fellow of the The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. He has won the Gold Prize at the American Architecture Prize for the Wooden Wave project installed at BuroHappold Engineering and the RIBAj rising star award in 2017.
Arthur gave numerous talks including the TedX conference in the USA and has been featured on the cover of the FT, in The New-York Times and Forbes. Prior to founding Mamou-Mani in 2011, he worked with Atelier Jean Nouvel, Zaha Hadid Architects and Proctor and Matthews Architects.
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