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This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.


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This series has been produced and edited by Candela De Bortoli.

The Great Transition

Elisa Iturbe, critic at the Yale School of Architecture and Assistant Professor Adjunct at the Cooper Union, discusses how Climate Change is a spatial problem that needs the contribution of architects and designers towards a reorientation of the built environment. She supports a fair energy transition and questioning architecture’s role in the reformulation of what he profession is doing.

This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.


Learn more:

urbanNext (July 15, 2024) The Great Transition. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/the-great-transition/.
The Great Transition.” urbanNext – July 15, 2024, https://urbannext.net/the-great-transition/
urbanNext February 13, 2023 The Great Transition., viewed July 15, 2024,<https://urbannext.net/the-great-transition/>
urbanNext – The Great Transition. [Internet]. [Accessed July 15, 2024]. Available from: https://urbannext.net/the-great-transition/
The Great Transition.” urbanNext – Accessed July 15, 2024. https://urbannext.net/the-great-transition/
The Great Transition.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/the-great-transition/. [Accessed: July 15, 2024]

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