How To Design For An Uncertain World? With Florian Idenburg

Florian Idenburg is a New York-based architect, writer, and educator, who has taught at Harvard and other schools in the northeast. Idenburg is known for being able to speak clearly about the role of design in our daily lives, and its effects on our experience and wellbeing. Founded on the eve of the 2008 financial crisis, SO - IL, the practice he runs with his partner Jing Liu, has dealt with one fundamental question: how to design for an uncertain world? Through the lens of his projects and research, including the future of work, he will instigate a thought-provoking conversation.

Join us online on Thursday the 18th of February, 20:00–21:30 CET