ONE Lab Design Competition, Architecture, Future Cities Design, Deadline, News
ONE Lab Event + Competition : NYC Design Contest
ONE Lab Architecture Competition – 2012 NY School for Design + Science
ONE LAB : Future Cities
ONE Lab Event, NYC, USA
Jul 9 – Aug 3 2012
Deadline extended until May 31st, 2012. Additional scholarships available. Apply Now.
ONE Lab Summer 2012 on Future Cities 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.
This summer approximately 40 researchers will 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. Janna Levin, Dr. Nina Tandon, Dr. Dickson D. Despommier, Vito Acconci, Natalie Jeremijenko, Marc Forens and a host of TED Fellows.
ONE Lab consists of Design Studio, Future Cities Seminar and Future Cities 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.
Visit ONE Lab for more information regarding program and workshop details, research, faculty and tuition: www.onelab.org/apply
ONE Lab 2012 NY School for Design + Science image / information from Terreform ONE and ONE Lab
ONE Lab Competition
ONE Lab Competition, NYC, USA
30 Jun 2011 application closing date
BioDesign Summer Lab
BioDesign Summer Lab NYC Applications
ONE LAB 2011
Summer Lab for students, architects, scientists, artists, and individuals of all backgrounds to explore design with various living matter including live tissues, bacteria, tree grafting, fungi growth control and parametric scripting.
ONE Lab is designed for students who wish to engage with the crossover of design and science. The lab concentrates on recent advances in the biotechnology and computation, both in theory and practice.
ONE Lab offers a new means of design inquiry where students will actively use the tools and technologies of live sciences . The participants will learn the processes of biotechnology (including technologies such as genetic engineering, tissue culture, and cloning), growing materials, grafting trees and plants, scripting and computational modeling for controlled growth. Students will have access to bio laboratories, techniques and expertise.
This summer approximately 40 researchers will gather in New York City for 3 weeks of intense creative and scientific exploration. TerreLab provides a unique opportunity for students to learn from internationally recognized scientists: Dr. Oliver Medvedik; Dr. Ellen Jorgenson; Dr. Dickson D. Despommier and renown designers and artists: Vito Acconnci, Natalie Jeremijenko, Marc Forens and many more.(see ONE Lab Team).
The Lab consists of a Seminar Week (guest lectures from international scholars and designers) and Workshop Weeks where the participant will chose a series of day-long workshops. All classes are beginner level and no previous knowledge or experience is required.(see Program Details).
Terreform ONE + Planetary ONE are based in Brooklyn, NY
ONE Lab Competition image / information from Terreform ONE
To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.
New York Building News – Selection
Barclays Center, New York : Steelwork Start news
image © SHoP Architects
Northwest Corner Building, Columbia University : José Rafael Moneo
photo : Michael Moran
Sperone Westwater Gallery : Foster + Partners
photo : Nigel Young_Foster + Partners
Building Competitions : Archive
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Websites: www.terreform.org + www.planetaryone.com
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