20 min

Making “Organic Architecture” Truly Organic WSJ’s The Future of Everything

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Neri Oxman spends her time thinking about the future of materials science and how it should influence architecture and design. In this session from the Future of Everything Festival, the architect and former tenured professor at MIT’s Media Lab speaks with WSJ Health and Science coverage chief Stefanie Ilgenfritz about her vision of a future where science, technology and organic design work together to create products and buildings that may counteract climate change in urban areas. 



Further reading:

A Science of Buildings That Can Grow—and Melt Away | WSJ 

JPMorgan’s New Manhattan Headquarters to Be All Electric Powered | WSJ 

Biophilic Design Is Helping Big-City Apartment Towers Get Back to Nature | WSJ 

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Neri Oxman spends her time thinking about the future of materials science and how it should influence architecture and design. In this session from the Future of Everything Festival, the architect and former tenured professor at MIT’s Media Lab speaks with WSJ Health and Science coverage chief Stefanie Ilgenfritz about her vision of a future where science, technology and organic design work together to create products and buildings that may counteract climate change in urban areas. 



Further reading:

A Science of Buildings That Can Grow—and Melt Away | WSJ 

JPMorgan’s New Manhattan Headquarters to Be All Electric Powered | WSJ 

Biophilic Design Is Helping Big-City Apartment Towers Get Back to Nature | WSJ 

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