"Material Worlds is an online discussion series that gathers together experts and scholars who transcend the typical boundaries of expertise to posit new viewpoints on the equitable and resilient sourcing of building materials, not only to envision the future, but also to better understand the past and present of humanity’s impact on the nonhuman world. This series aims to promote sustained discussion about the impact of the building sector, examine new research in both academia and the industry, and establish a vocabulary of ecological architecture, all in the hope of engaging the newest generation of architects to reassess the discipline in the face of urgent change."
While the full name is the primary application, we developed two lock-ups with differing proportions depending on the visibility and presence of the institute versus the museum.
Summit: Architecture Studio in the Anthropocene
"The summit convenes professors, practitioners, designers, curriculum developers, and studio coordinators from architecture schools in the United States and Canada to share ideas about the challenges of teaching architecture design in the face of the climate crisis, and methods for addressing issues like resource degradation, environmental racism, and circular economy practices in the studio setting."
Poster set for the Summit and Material Worlds, using color to differentiate both events.
Completed alongside MoMA Design Studio for The Emilio Ambasz Institute for the Joint Study of the Built and the Natural Environment. Image-making and design application by me.