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The city of the future You might think Burning Man is just a bunch of nerds and weirdos celebrating in the desert. But for Arthur Mamou-Mani it’s a way of living: “It’s the city of the future”, he explained. In the past few years, the French architect has become a vital member of the Burning Man community. The one week long event takes place in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada every year and is not only known for partying but also futuristic sculptures. Arthur Mamou-Mani is one of their creators. Holistic architecture “We think of Burning Man as the city of the future, and we think of cities beyond just living”, Mamou-Mani says. But what does that have to do with architecture? “Our goal is to connect things and create more holistic architecture.” Experiences like Burning Man are the perfect playground for building communities of the future. Watch the full talk Arthur Mamou-Mani held a talk at the online conference „Creative collaborations for the future – drivers for interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral innovations in Europe“ that was hosted by Creative Region in March 2022. In his talk, Mamou-Mani gave an overview of Eco-Parametric Architecture, a discipline that studies the history of algorithmic and parametric design, how it enables the collaborative development of holistic systems and reproduces natural processes for environmental design. The London-based architect has focussed his work on circular design and fabrication and the future of living and working. Watch the …
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