The Architecture Foundation brings you a daily diet of online lectures, interviews, building tours and panel discussions – all live and all free.
Boccaccio’s fourteenth century classic The Decameron takes the form of 100 tales told by a group of young people who have retreated to a villa while waiting for their native Florence to escape the grip of the Black Death. The 100 Day Studio is a new initiative devised by The Architecture Foundation that adapts this model to our current health crisis. For 100 weekdays from Monday April 6th to Thursday August 27th, the 100 Day Studio will bring you a daily diet of online lectures, interviews, building tours, panel discussions and quizzes. Each Friday we will publish the curriculum for the week ahead.
The second week highlights are the presentations of the GSD-Harvard students from the “Mass Timber and the Scandinavian Effect” course of professor Hanif Kara (AKTII) and & Jennifer Bonner (MALL). The presentations start from 6PM CET on the 15th and 16th of April 2020. The presentations can be accessed on these links: 15th link and the 16th link
To learn more on the upcoming 100 Day Studio events visit the Architecture Foundation website.