Hear from industry leaders making waves in architecture, design and construction
While the past has been all about enabling designs to be sustainably operated, the future is about delivering and maintaining that performance, oftentimes challenging established architectural practises and engineering standards.
Whether working on a micro or macro scale, join us live on October 22nd for a conversation about embracing the ‘Invisible Green’.
In the morning session of Teulo Talks: Invisible Green you will hear from Architects Yo Hakomori from Studio Hau and Stephan Markus Albrecht.
Something that's boundless has no limits or restrictions.
In today’s ever evolving industry, an ever more complex network of boundary conditions seem to rise from the shadows, addressing often contradicting environmental, social and economic aspects.
Today we are speaking with Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos, Senior Architect Designer at Zaha Hadid Architects in London.
Be part of a conversation on all things to do with learning in the built environment with Adam Racomelara from Safetyline Jalousie Louvre Windows, Shane Clarke from Nuralite Waterproofing
Timber, a traditional material that's been utilised for building structures for thousands of years, is the material choice for many. Its sustainability, quality, strength, flexibility and speed of construction has made timber an attractive option.
With research spanning Parametric Design, Generative Design, Digital Design and the evolution of Architecture through the use of technological means, such as Robotic Fabrication.
Today we are speaking with Mark LaLiberte, President of Construction Instruction Inc in the US state of Arizona. With Construction Instruction Inc, Mark works as an educator for thousands of builders and Architects each year.
Today we are speaking with Margherita Cesca Nelder-Haynes, Director of Architecture at Lanpro in Cambridge, UK and Founder of ITALIANspaceWISE.
Today we are speaking with Julian Lienhard, Managing Director of Stuttgart-based structural engineering consultancy, str.ucture, and Professor at Kassel University.
Today we are speaking with Gabriela Carrillo, Mexican architect and partner of the practice Taller Rocha + Carillo.
Explore the parametric semilogy and push boundaries with light-weight structures and morphogenetic design strategies to seed intelligent design solutions informs her parallel pursuits of practice and pedagogy.