ONE LAB 2013: Productive Cities

June 06, 2013 - 21:44 / Submitted by WA Contents

Terreform ONE is now accepting applications for:
Dates: July 1-26, 2013

Final Application Deadline June 15, 2013 (Updated!)

ONE Lab Summer 2013 on Productive Cities, in collaboration with IAAC (Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia), will address the emerging discipline of global urbaneering by assembling a wide range of innovators from fields as diverse as, architecture, material science, urban design, biology, civil engineering and media art.
ONE Lab is designed for students who wish to engage with the crossover of design and science.
Each summer approximately 40 researchers gather in New York City for 4 weeks of intense creative and scientific exploration. ONE Lab provides a unique opportunity for students to learn from internationally recognized scientists and renown designers and artists: Dr. Dickson D. Despommier, Vito Acconci, Skylar Tibbits and a host of TED Fellows.
ONE Lab consists of Design Studio, Lectures and Workshops. The studio will be offered in two levels - one for professional designers and students enrolled in professional schools or departments of design; one for students and individuals of various experience and background. All workshops are beginner level and no previous knowledge or experience is required.

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