The League’s FF – Distance Edition, an online version of the long-running First Friday series, will continue on Thursday evenings. This season’s events feature design practices that are redefining the contemporary public landscape by responding to social and environmental concerns and exploring the intersections of architecture, technology, and ecology.
FF – Distance Edition brings participants on site, offering virtual access to practices’ workspaces and current projects. Following each presentation, join in an open conversation with the designers.
Ants of the Prairie is an architecture and research practice dedicated to “confronting the pleasures and horrors of our contemporary ecologies,” in the words of director Joyce Hwang, while “exploring the gaps in the logics of sustainability, with attention to designing for biodiversity enhancement and environmental justice.” For over a decade, Ants of the Prairie has focused on incorporating habitats for non-human species into the built environment.
This event is free and open to all.
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