• bioTallinn

    Thank you everyone who attended TAB 2017 and even bigger thanks to our partners and volunteers! See you in Sept 2019!

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    TAB 2017 opening week took place in 13 – 17 Sept. TAB 2017 main theme was bioTallinn and TAB 2017 was curated by architect, urban designer and ecologist Claudia Pasquero.

    TAB 2017 explored the city as a territory of self-organization and co-evolution of multiple dynamical systems, including ecological systems, infrastructures and technological systems, social groups and political systems. Advances in science and technology are creating new types of biological and metabolic materials which are essentially turning a growing number of buildings into living, breathing organisms. These buildings are not just efficient and ‘do less harm’, but are actually restorative and ‘give back’ to the environment. Resource-smart architecture can generate energy, clean water, digest waste and purify air.

    The convergence of biotechnology and information technology applied to landscape and urban design is considered by many pioneers as one of the most promising future developments for our society. TAB 2017 will provide a showcase for the most interesting emergent actors in the field.

 TAB 2017 will also offer a platform for young architects and designers to test innovative methods of building with nature; i.e. how to harvest the morphogenetic potential of natural system to construct inhabitable urban landscapes. This section will include issues of constructability, embodied energy and ecologic footprint, all re-described in systemic terms as part of novel bio-mechanical prototypes, objects and products.

TAB 2019 new Head Curator is Yael Reisner!

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