From speculative space futures to ancient place-based technologies, this panel of urbanists, architects, artists, academics and educators explores the transitions towards a circular economy through the lens of bio-design and regenerative architecture. As compelling storytellers, each panelist offers unique insights navigating climate change, waste and emission management. This includes large-scale city proposals to microscopic detail of living microbial bacteria textiles.
This event has been curated by Design Think Lab.
Alexi Freeman, Interdisciplinary fashion & textile designer
Amanda Morglund, Founder of Mycelium Made
Dylan Brady, Conductor of Decibel Architecture dB(A)
Kristen Whittle, British Australian architect and designer
Maree Clarke, artist and cultural leader
Natalie Alima, PhD student of Architecture at RMIT University
Ollie Cotsaftis, Founder and creative director of future ensemble studio
Sarah Naardenm, Founder of Design Think Lab and PhD design researcher