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Kate Orff:
Wiederbelebung der Flüsse New Yorks — mit Austern!

TEDWomen 2010 · 10:07 · Filmed Dec 2010
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Architektin Kate Orff sieht die Auster als Wegbereiter des urbanen Wandels. In städtischen Flüssen versenkt, filtert sie Verunreinigungen selbst aus den schmutzigsten Gewässern und ermöglicht so weitergehende Innovation in der "Austertektur". Orff berichtet von Ihrer Vision für eine Stadtlandschaft die Natur und Mensch zu beiderseitigem Nutzen verbindet.

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Landscape architect
Kate Orff asks us to rethink “landscape”—to use urban greenspaces and blue spaces in fresh ways to mediate between humankind and nature. Full bio

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