We have all seen the graphs and statistics and understand the larger picture they draw of our future on this planet.
We understand, but now is the time for action.
Now is the time for all architects to demonstrate a new approach to living in extreme conditions, an approach that accepts earth and ecology as the fundamentals of architecture.
Presented by Hot Air, directed by ZUS, and exhibited in downtown New York City, Syracuse School of Architecture’s “Climate Utopia Studio” presents a global perspective on research and design that challenges the possibilities of our human living condition. The exhibition features test sites in Jeddah, Bangalore, Jakarta, Beijing, Chonqing, Shanghai, Vancouver, Atlanta and Jersey City.
The ambition of this immersive installation is to depict a new world map with adapted geographies, hybrid typologies and Anthropocene ecologies that together represent the “Village of Global Warming.”
A project of The Independent School for the City, Syracuse Architecture, and ZUS.
RSVP below by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 30 if you plan on attending.