Fly Me to the Moon

I’m surely happy that airplanes are flying again as from today. It means that tomorrow morning I’m hopefully flying to St. Nazaire to participate in the Politics of Architecture Archilife international conference.

As already announced here and there, the conference features three days of discussions with many great people – including no more, no less, than five contributors to the first three issues of Beyond, as well as a few other friends…

We may want to be ecological and avoid flying, but I daresay that face-to-face contact is still unavoidable, namely if you want to brainstorm about “with what tools is architecture being conceived, communicated and disseminated.”

This is the title of the panel in which I’m participating Sunday, along with Sébastien Martinez Barat, Emiliano Gandolfi, Joseph Grima, Sébastien Marot and Marti Peran. And a what great panel that is… I should say.

2 responses to “Fly Me to the Moon

  1. looks like an interesting conference. any chance of these discussions being recorded/posted online?

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