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Tulane School of Architecture
October 21st, 2020
Input LectureTulane School of ArchitectureOctober 21st, 2020 As part of the “Addis Ababa River City: The Upper Kebena River Project”, Felix Heisel will be speaking at Tulane University of Architecture in New Orleans on October 21st, 2020. His talk will address lessons drawn from research into informal processes and social networks within Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s…
Cornell Engineering Ezra Roundtable
September 25th, 2020
Circular construction promotes a paradigm shift in how we design, construct, and operate buildings, and in the way resources are being managed within the built environment. This seminar will highlight ongoing research projects of the Circular Construction Lab at Cornell AAP and discuss systemic changes to today’s construction industry.
The Urban Mining and Recycling Unit (UMAR) will be featured at the German Pavilion at the Expo 2020 in Dubai as part of the Future City Lab. The exhibition will be based around the research on circular materials and their construction details done by CCL and the Professorship of Sustainable Construction at KIT Karlsruhe.
Monash University & RMIT University
May 28, 2020
Felix Heisel has been invited to hold an input lecture for students of Monash University and RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Titled Informality and Circularity, the talk with address challenges and chances of circular construction in the specific setting of informality.
New Date: December 03/04, 2020
Felix Heisel has been invited to moderate the panel discussion of the upcoming symposium grow.build.repeat, organized by the Professorship of Sustainable Construction at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
Sustainable Building Materials Summit
New Date: Spring 2021
Felix Heisel has been invited to lecture at the Sustainable Building Materials Summit and Exhibition in Karlsruhe. The talk Kreislaufgerechtes Bauen – Entwerfen, Konstruieren und Bewirtschaften des Materiallagers Stadt will discuss the importance of a paradigm shift in architectural design when understanding the built environment as the resource for future construction.
Cornell AAP Lecture Series
March 18, 2020
Gensler Visiting Critic Jan De Vylder will be presenting his virtual lecture That It Does Not Look Good Makes That It Looks Good simultaneously to the communities of Harvard GSD, Cooper Union, ETH Zurich and Cornell AAP. The talk will be introduced by Assistant Professor Felix Heisel.
Future Real Estate
New Date: April 11/12, 2021
Felix Heisel has been invited to present his work at this years Future Real Estate Cradle to Cradle Conference. The lecture Zirkulär Bauen – Jetzt Umsetzen! will showcase the ongoing work of the Circular Construction Lab and stress the importance of a quick paradigm shift in construction.