Lecturer at CU Boulder. Associate professor of Building Systems Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering.
What's the future got in store for architecture? A return to tried and true organic construction methods like adobe or rammed earth? Buildings that are as alive as human bodies? Something in between? How do we create more beautiful and livable spaces while also making the built environment carbon-negative? This week's guest is Dr. Wil Srubar, Assistant Professor of Architectural Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, Technical Director of Materials R&D at Katerra, and Cochair of the Carbon Leadership Forum Network and serves as its global hub director. We talk about trends in architecture and materials science and try to ferret out what might be coming down the pike, particularly in light of the article Wil wrote in The Conversation, "Buildings grown by bacteria—new research is finding ways to turn cells into mini-factories for materials". A Field Guide to American Houses (Revised): The Definitive Guide to Identifying and Understanding America's Domestic Architecture by Virginia Savage McAlester Wil's CU profile Akira Dr. Kate Simonen's RCC episode Andrew Himes' RCC episode Chris Magwood and Jacob Deva Racusin's RCC episode --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support
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Location
Boulder, Colorado, United States of America
Episode Count
1
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
43 minutes, 31 seconds
PCID
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