NewsSahara Forest Pilot Project on site in Qatar
(posted on 14/11/2012 @ 22:00:19)
How can architects build a new world of sustainable beauty? By learning from nature. At TEDSalon in London, Michael Pawlyn describes three habits of nature that could transform architecture and society: radical resource efficiency, closed loops, and drawing energy from the sun.
Exploration Architecture in the news
(posted on 08/11/2012 @ 14:41:48)
Bionic Boxes, gannaca
Biomimicry: Biology inspires innovation, Nesta, HotTopics, July 2012
The Sahara Forest Project Signs Agreement to Build a Pilot Project in Qatar, Inhabitat, February 2012
Giant desert greenhouse inspired by camel's nostrils, by Duncan Graham Rowe, New Scientist, February 2012
Sahara Forest Project pilot to be built in Qatar, by Katie Scott for WIRED Magazine, February 2012
Biomimicry is the next great architectural movement, says Michael Pawlyn, and our best answer to the demands of the Ecological Age. Architecture Today, December 2011
moreintelligentlife.com, The Editor's Blog, Q&A, Michael Pawlyn, Architect/Biomimicist
Biomimicry in architecture, by Michael Pawlyn, NBS, July 2011
Biomimicry Solutions, by Michael Pawlyn, DIPLOMAT, June 2011
Plastiki Expedition boat by Exploration Architecture for Adventure Ecology, dezeen magazine, July 2010
High-Tech Energy "Oasis" to Bloom in the Desert? by Christine Dell'Amore, National Geographic News, January 2010
"Energy Oases" to Green the World's Deserts? National Geographic News, January 2010
Biomimicry Course at Schumacher College 2009
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Michael Pawlyn debate with Bjorn Lomborg at the BCO conference, Edinburgh UK
(posted on 03/06/2009 @ 11:08:00)
Michael Pawlyn debate with Bjorn Lomborg at the BCO conference, Edinburgh UK.
Bjorn Lomborg did not consent to his presentation being filmed so, anyone unfamiliar with his arguments can view the first half of this 'Authors at Google' talk that he gave in September 2007 or his shorter talk on TED.com . A transcript of the Q&A can be accessed by clicking here.
Exploration is a Cultural Standout says director of the Architecture Foundation
(posted on 09/06/2009 @ 12:41:59)
Exploration was one of the cultural stand-outs for 2008 according to Sarah Ichioka, Director of the Architecture Foundation. Please see BD article 'The Year in Review; Works/Culture Review 2008'
Exploration Article in Spanish Publication 'La Razon'
(posted on 09/12/2008 @ 11:40:55)
Exploration article in The West Australian
(posted on 05/12/2008 @ 10:59:52)
Schumacher Course published in Treehugger
(posted on 05/12/2008 @ 11:16:10)
Exploration article in Sustain Magazine
(posted on 03/10/2008 @ 10:16:02)
Exploration article in the Guardian newspaper
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Exploration article on Treehugger
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Sahara Forest project published on Treehugger.
Michael Pawlyn Teaches at Schumacher College 2008
(posted on 18/08/2008 @ 15:11:18)
The Plastiki Expedition
(posted on 18/08/2008 @ 15:09:59)