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Biomimicry For a Sustainable Built Environment

Tuesday, Jun 26, 2007

Biomimicry is a new discipline that studies nature’s best ideas and imitates them to solve human problems. Applications range widely, from architecture, product design, and engineering, to software development, and organizational evolution. Interested? learn more.

Featuring: The Biomimicry Guild
Hosted by: AIA New York Chapter and the AIA Committee on the Environment
Sponsored by: FXFOWLE Architects and InterfaceFLOR Commercial

Dates: Tuesday, June 26, 27 + 28

Lecture + Reception
Tuesday, June 26, 5:30-8:00 PM (talk begins at 6 PM)
Cooper Union’s Wollman Auditorium, 51 Astor Place at 3rd Avenue
$10 for AIA members ($15 for non members), for lecture only (1 HSW)

Workshop part 1
Wednesday, June 27, 12-5:30 PM (includes working lunch)
Tafele Hall at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place

Workshop part 2
Thursday June 28, 8:30AM-12 PM (includes light breakfast)
Interface Showroom/Offices, 404 Park Avenue
$200 for AIA members ($225 for non-members, $150 for students) for 2-part workshop + lecture (attendance required), materials, food/bevs (7 HSWs)

Registration: Click here