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レイチェル・アームストロング:「自己修復する建築?」

TEDGlobal 2009 · 7:32 · Filmed Jul 2009
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イタリアのベネチアは沈みかかっています。レイチェル・アームストロングは、それを救うには、不活性素材での建築から脱却し、自分で成長する構造物を作らなくてはならないと言います。彼女は、生物とまでは言えないが、自己修復し、炭素も吸収分離する素材を提案します。

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