Sustainable Building with Ma Yansong & Elizabeth Hausler
Full Frame • 51m
Climate change and natural disasters are transforming the way we think about building. Lives and infrastructure are threatened, especially in the poorest and most vulnerable countries. How is it possible to build in new ways that prevent catastrophes and also embrace sustainability, local empowerment and inspiration from nature?
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