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Using Nature's Genius in Architecture

How can architects build a new world of sustainable beauty? By learning from nature. At TEDSalon in London, Michael Pawlyn describes three habits of nature that could transform architecture and society: radical resource efficiency, closed loops, and drawing energy from the sun.

TED Ideas worth spreading

 

'One of the gifts of biomimicry for a speaker is that it provides an almost inexhaustible supply of engaging stories.'

Michael Pawlyn, Engaging an Audience @ JLA 

 

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In the Diary

 

Selected talks Exploration

  • 2018 Michael Pawlyn session at Ellen MacArthur Foundation DIF (Disruptive Innovation Festival)
  • 2018 Michael Pawlyn at Nudgestock 2018, Folkstone 
  • 2017 Keynote at Birkeland Anniversary Innovation Challenge, Oslo
  • 2017 Michael Pawlyn talk on radical thinking at FX Talks 2017, London
  • 2016 Keynote presentation at International Conference on Biomimicry, Utrecht University
  • 2015 Michael Pawlyn @ World Forum for a Responsible Economy Lille France
  • 2015 Michael Pawlyn Darwin College Lecture Cambridge
  • 2014 Michael Pawlyn, with Janine Benyus at dif Disruption Innovation Festival
  • 2014 Michael Pawlyn and Ross Lovegrove, 100% Design London
  • 2014 Michael Pawlyn, Circular Economy 100 London 
  • 2012 Biomimicry and the Ecological Age Lignacite Lecture, Royal College of Physicians, London
  • 2011 'Biomimicry in Architecture' Book launch talk at the RSA London
  • 2011 Teaching at ETH Zurich Summer School
  • 2010 ‘Using Nature’s Genius in Architecture’ at TED Salon, London
  • 2009 'With and Against Nature' part of 'Radical Nature' at The Barbican, London
  • 2009 Talk at the Guardian Hay Festival, Hay on Wye, Wales
  • 2009 Michael Pawlyn opposed Bjorn Lomborg at the BCO Conference Edinburgh, UK