Today’s Solutions: February 03, 2023

Integrating the combination of biology and technology into our living spaces could help us develop a more sustainable relationship with our natural environment. With more biomaterials emerging at the horizon, integrating them with smart gadgetry could reshape our living spaces into healthier and more sustainable architectural ecosystems. Dr. Rachel Armstrong, professor of experimental architecture, makes a solid case for constructing more buildings using living elements. Have a listen here.

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