Kate Orff:
Ravvivare i fiumi di New York...con le ostriche!

TEDWomen 2010 · 10:07 · Filmed Dec 2010
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L'architetto Kate Orff vede le ostriche come un agente di mutamento urbano. Infilate nei letti e inabissate nei fiumi cittadini, le ostriche bevono l'inquinamento e rendono acque leggendariamente sporche, pulite...portando così persino più innovazione nell'"ostri-tettura". La Orff condivide la sua visione di un paesaggio urbano che collega natura e umanità per un mutuo beneficio.

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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