[Images: Masonry beehives discovered in Scotland’s Rosslyn Chapel; photos courtesy of the Times. The “architecture of beehives,” from François Huber’s Nouvelles observations sur les abeilles, courtesy of Cabinet Magazine].

For those of you in the Atlanta area, Nicola Twilley of Edible Geography and I will be presenting our blogs, our collaborative work, and our own solo projects at the Georgia Tech College of Architecture tomorrow night, Wednesday, September 15th.

Expect to hear about everything from the Foodprint Project to Landscapes of Quarantine, from sewer divers in Mexico City to the Mole Man of Hackney, and from a forthcoming exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art called Landscape Futures to the 3D-printing potential of silkworms and bees. We’ll be in the Reinsch-Pierce Family Auditorium at Georgia Tech, kicking off at 6pm. It’s free and open to the public.

5 thoughts on “LAX–ATL”

  1. Thanks again for speaking at GA Tech! It was an amazingly interesting lecture and was enjoyed by the students very much. I wish more architects had the ability to observe implicit (not just explicit) influences on the built world. Come back any time!

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