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Spaces for Learning & Working: Architecture, Humans and Human Activities

Klaudio Muca holds a degree in Architecture from Politecnico di Milano and is an R&D architect at CEBRA a Danish architectural office. CEBRA investigates the impact of the built environment on people through two initiatives the tech startup Common Sense and the research unit WISE, which recently launched the WISE Journal a publication on the relationship between architecture, humans and human activities. In this session, Klaudio talks about how his work in the R&D team informs design proposals and why studying working and learning behaviors is key to improve our physical environment.

This is a podcast from urbanNext talks, the urbanNext series curated by Ricardo Devesa and Marta Bugés.

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