This lecture series features speakers from the U.S.A. about Baltimore’s cityscape and urban design, and speakers from the Netherlands about about innovative construction materials and circular design systems such as reuse, remanufacturing, and recycling in the built environment. Lectures are 1 hr followed by 20 min discussion with Q&A. Open to the public. Admission is free. Advance registration required.
(subject to change)
FEBRUARY 8 | Reinventing the Industrial Legacy City: Baltimore
Klaus Philipsen, FAIA, ArchPlan (Baltimore)
This event is past. Video recording: youtu.be/nTBox73wil8
MARCH 8 | A vessel for change: Floating Office Rotterdam
Albert Richters, Powerhouse Company (the Netherlands)
More info & to register: powerhouse-2021.eventbrite.com
MARCH 15 | Write it down instead of writing it off: Materials passports for the built environment
Marijn Emanuel, Madaster (the Netherlands)
More info & to register: madaster-2021.eventbrite.com
MARCH 17 | Applying circular economy principles to the built environment
Nico Schouten & Andrew McCue, Metabolic (the Netherlands)
More info & to register: metabolic-2021.eventbrite.com
APRIL 12 | Lecture related to Baltimore – TBA
Details to come.
Sponsor this webinar series and reach architecture & urban design firms, developers, city planners, and students in the U.S. and the Netherlands! Contact Baltimore-Rotterdam committee if you are interested in sponsoring or would like more information:
Proceeds go towards our architecture education programs, such as these webinars and future architecture student trips abroad.
Lecture series organized by Cristina Murphy, Assistant Professor at Morgan State University School of Architecture + Planning (MSU SA+P) with assistance from Baltimore-Rotterdam Sister City Committee (BRSCC).