3rd of April – French-Danish biodesign celebrated at the Institut Français Danmark

At the invitation of the Institut Français Danmark, Aurélie Mosse and Martin Tamke  will reflect on 6 years of French-Danish cooperation between the research group Soft Matters from EnsadLabEcole des Arts Décoratifs and CITA | Centre for Information Technology and Architecture.

From the symposium “Light space: textile illumination to the projects Imprimer la lumière, ImpressioVivo and Eco-Metabolistic Modelling for Architectural Design”, this will be an opportunity to discuss how bio-fabricated and living materials can contribute to more sustainable practices in architecture and design.

Aurélie Mosse is a designer, researcher and professor, co-leader of the research group Soft Matters in Ensadlab. Her research focuses on active and living materials for more resilient and poetic inhabitation perspectives. She is a co-founder of the EU-funded MSCA doctoral network SOFTWEAR and associate member of the MoA at Humboldt University.

Martin Tamke is a lecturer at CITA in Copenhagen and focuses on design-led research in computer design and biomaterials for sustainable building practices. He has been the general reporter at the UIA2023 Copenhagen World Congress of Architects and a guest professor at the University of Stuttgart. Currently he is a guest professor at the Polytechnic University of Milan and works on several research projects, including EU projects and industrial collaborations.

Date & venue: 03.04.24 March 2024, 14:00-16:00
French Institute, Rolighedsvej 37, 1958 Frederiksberg C
The event will take place in English.
NB: New visitors can arrive at all breaks.
Free sign up here