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Mae-ling Lokko: Unalienation / IoA Sliver Lecture

Mae-ling Lokko discusses a sustainable building material life cycle and presents her design research with coconut, mycelium and the moringa tree.

An IoA Sliver Lecture, 10 June 2021.

In her presentation, the architecture researcher and forthcoming Yale professor Mae-ling Lokko discusses the role of the architect in un-alienating different actors and materials that surround the building material life cycle and presents her research and design experiments with coconut, mycelium and the moringa tree.

A wall made of coconut fiber modules by Mae-ling Lokko and her team is part of the AIL-exhibition “Ecologies and Politics of the Living“, on view until 3 October 2021.

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An IoA Sliver Lecture, curated by Maja Ozvaldic and Kaiho Yu, Institute of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna.