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Rachel Armstrong:
Rachel Armstrong : une architecture qui se répare elle-même ?

TEDGlobal 2009 · 7:32 · Filmed Jul 2009
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Rachel Armstrong: Rachel Armstrong : une architecture qui se répare elle-même ?
7:32 · Filmed July 2009 at TEDGlobal 2009 · Subtitles available in 27 languages

Venise sombre. Pour la sauver, Rachel Armstrong affirme qu'il nous faut dépasser l'architecture à base de matériaux inertes et inventer une architecture qui s'entretient elle-même. Elle propose un matériau "pas tout à fait vivant" qui se reconstruit et qui absorbe du carbone en même temps.

Applied scientist, innovator
TED Fellow Rachel Armstrong is a sustainability innovator who creates new materials that possess some of the properties of living systems, and can be manipulated to "grow" architecture. Full bio
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