Intertwined Environments: On LeadershipJerónimo van Schendel | Michael Green
One of the most important skills that architects need to develop is leadership. Michael Green and Jerónimo van Schendel are two inspiring voices that encourage young architects to dare to take risks and think outside the box.
Intertwined Environments is the series hosted by Martha Thorne, Dean of IE School of Architecture and Design, which discusses the natural, the physical and the digital realms in constructing environments that respond to current and future challenges.
Learn more about Michael’s work: http://mg-architecture.ca/ https://www.ted.com/talks/michael_green_why_we_should_build_wooden_skyscrapers
Learn more about Jerónimo’s work: https://www.ie.edu/school-architecture-design/people/faculty/jeronimo-van-schendel-erice/ https://bildia.com/
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