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Wheelwright Prize Lecture: Samuel Bravo, "“PROJECTLESS: on the emergence of a dwell”

Presented by Harvard Graduate School of Design at Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge MA

Sep 10 2019
Wheelwright Prize Lecture: Samuel Bravo, "“PROJECTLESS: on the emergence of a dwell”

Based on these experiences, Bravo will propose an interpretation on how the emergence of a dwell comes to life out of nature and in front of us.

This journey focuses on a portion of the human environment that has been shaped in the absence of project.

We will revisit the track record of a journey that consisted of excursions, visits and short residencies.
The construction of the communal house of the matsés people poses the question of dwelling and being and the emergence of the human environment in relation with language.
The symbiotic and contradictory relation observed in several informal areas, from the flooded slum of Belén Bajo

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Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall, Harvard Graduate School of Design

84 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

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