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Form Follows Climate: Conference on Climate Responsive Architecture

India Architecture News - Nov 03, 2022 - 16:46   1672 views

Form Follows Climate: Conference on Climate Responsive Architecture

The Charles Correa Foundation invites you to join the fifth edition of the Z-axis Conference. 

You are invited to join the fifth edition of Z-axis, titled Form Follows Climate!

This year, the urgency of climate responsive architecture will be addressed through four sessions exploring the concept of "Form Follows Climate". The Speakers will be discussing ideas and projects centred around the following themes: System Modulations, Material Explorations and Form Responses to climate. 

The conference will be online every Friday in November, at 06:00 PM IST.  The conference will only be available to those who register. It will not be available on any other public platform.

Click here to register to the event. 

Please note- Non-rupee payments are now live through Stripe gateway, the payment will be made to ibentos LLP, the event manager of Charles Correa Foundation for this conference.

For any queries please feel free to write to [email protected]

Charles Correa coined the phrase "Form Follows Climate" in the 1970s during the energy crisis and explained his own work through this lens. The foundation sees “Form Follows Climate” also as a provocation today – a call to architects and designers to find solutions to sustainable, energy-passive, and energy-active buildings. 

This opening session will start with a brief recorded lecture by Correa from the 1970s, followed by Kartik Vora giving the Remembering Charles Correa Lecture: ‘Surface and Symbol.’ Participants will also hear Marc Angelil present the Charles Correa Memorial Lecture: ‘Pioneering Errors: HVAC + W & S + E & IT’. After the two lectures, Kapil Gupta will lead the discussion and then open the floor for questions.

4 Sessions on the 4 Fridays in November – 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th 

Starting at 6:00 PM Indian Time, 12:30 PM Greenwich Mean Time.

Learn more about the Z-axis 2022

Top image courtesy of Charles Correa Foundation.

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