Juliane Wolf at Architectural Association School of Architecture

Sustainable Environmental Design Symposia
Future Practice - Session 3

Juliane Wolf is participating in a symposium hosted by her alma mater, the Sustainable Environmental Design (SED) program at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. The SED aims to improve environmental quality in cities, achieve independence from non-renewable energy sources, and develop environmentally sustainable architectures capable of adapting to changing climates and urban environments.

Participating in the symposium are eight AA School SED MSc and MArch alumni:

  • Juliane Wolf (MSc 2011) Design Principal & Partner, Studio Gang
  • Suraksha Acharya (MArch 2011) Principal Architect, Midori Architects
  • Nitin Bansal (MSc 2009) Director-Projects, Morphogenesis
  • Joao Cotta (MSc 2012) Partner, Oliveira Cotta Architects
  • Irene Gallou (MA 2004) Partner, Foster & Partners
  • Daniel Chad McKee (MSc 2015), Assistant Professor
  • Alberto Moletto (MSc 2009) Moletto Architects
  • Melissa Romo Serrano (MArch 2019), Co-Founder & Principal Studio Resilia

This event is free and open to the public.

Details

June 9, 2020
16:00 BST
Zoom Video Webinar

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