1st BiodiverCity Expert Meeting

12 September 2011

The First of two BiodiverCity expert meetings organized by the Why Factory and the Faculty of Industrial Desigh will take place this Monday (September 12). This series of discussions is a part of the Biodiversity design studio currently running in collaboration with the Faculty of Industrial Design. It is organized as a platform to exchange knowledge between designers, experts from the fields of biodiversity and sustainability, as well as architecture and industrial design students.

In the first meeting the debate will focus on highlighting the value of biodiversity and its environmental, spatial and economical benefits. It will address different points of view and different approaches towards innovation in that area.

This event is open to the public.
12th of September (Monday)
Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft.
Oostserre, Zaal K
Julianalaan 134, Delft

14:00 Introduction Biodivercity 1st Expert Meeting
By Winy Maas
Head of The Why Factory
14:05 BiodiverCity Monitor
By Fabian van Aerschot & Bo Hoogenberk
x-Students The Why Factory BiodiverCity Studio
14:15 The Urgency of a Sustainable Approach
By Anke van Hal
Professor on Sustainibility, Faculty of Architecture
14:40 The Wild City
By Geert Timmermans
Municipality of Amsterdam Consultant on Biodiversity
15:15 Ceramics, innovation and Biodiversity
By Arie Mooiman
VKO Stichting Verenigde Keramische Organisaties
15:40 Round table with lecturers and Alexander Sverdlov
Moderated By Prof. Winy Maas & Felix Madrazo
The Why Factory