Sep 8 at 1 pm
Lab Team member Olatunbosun Obayomi concludes his time at the Lab with a dynamic wrap-up talk. Listen in as he gives an analysis on the infrastructural challenges of waste and water in the city when confronting comfort. And join him as he recounts lessons learned from the programs and events that took place during his residency at the Lab as passes the programming stick to the next Lab Team member, Omar Freilla.
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Sep 8 at 2 pm
What effect does the city have on your brain and body? In a series of weekly tours developed with Lab Team member Charles Montgomery, Dr. Colin Ellard, author of You Are Here: Why We Can Find Our Way to the Moon, but Get Lost in the Mall, has begun to gather evidence about the psychological effects of public spaces near the Lab. This week, join Dr. Ellard on this tour and measure the effects of the city on your own brain and body.
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Sep 8 at 4 pm
Climate change caused by human activity is the sum of billions of individual activities that increase greenhouse gas emissions—which means that each one of us as an individual has a direct impact. Join Columbia University professor Clara Irazábal as she speaks about climate change, then measure your own ecological footprint and learn ways you might be able to improve your footprint in day-to-day activities that, when collectively practiced, can have direct and feasible results in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. (Organized by Latin American and Caribbean Lab, School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University.)
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Sep 8 at 7 pm
BMW Guggenheim Lab design architect Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Co-Principal of Atelier Bow-Wow, discusses the importance of behaviorology and the crucial role that architecture can play in giving back a sense of autonomy of spatial practice to citizens.
Image: courtesy Yoshiharu Tsukamoto