Filed under: architect, architecture, architecture for humanity, cameron sinclair, clear ink, collaborative, collaborative design, design like you give a damn, green, open architecture network, rl architecture, sustainable, TED conference
Cameron Sinclair, 2006 TED Prize winner, Executive Director of Architecture for Humanity, co-editor of the book ‘Design Like You Give A Damn‘ and contributing writer for Worldchanging.com will be joined by Sun Microsystems founder John Gage in a live audio discussion in Second Life.
They will discuss collaboration and participation in 3D environments, as well as the newly launched ‘Open Architecture Network‘ – which represents the fulfillment of Cameron’s 2006 TED wish. The event will feature a virtual version of the ‘Porchdog‘ and the Global Village Shelters – both of which are contributions to the Open Architecture Network.
The event will be held on Clear Ink‘s Allston sim HERE (SLurl) on Tuesday, April 24th at 10:00 am PST (SL-time). Installations and live audio stream will also be available at the University Project sim (SLurl), and the live audio can also be heard on Clear Ink Island (SLurl).
Filed under: architect, architectural resources, architecture, clear ink, elizabeth diller, rl architecture, TED conference, zaha hadid
We will be streaming live presentations by architects Zaha Hadid, Elizabeth Diller and lots of other incredible speakers on our Allston sim from the TED conference in Monterey. The presentation schedule can be found here:
TED Conference Schedule: http://ted.com/conference/flashpage.cfm?conferenceKey=2007
TED Conference Slurl in Second Life: http://slurl.com/secondlife/allston/169/99/25/?title=TED%20Conference