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Michele de Lucchi: Earth Station

Join Italian architect and designer Michele de Lucchi to explore Earth Stations. How can technology help us design work environments for the future?

What to expect

Hear Italian architect and designer Michele de Lucchi discuss his 2-year research project with AMDL Circle, Earth Station.

Earth Stations are architectural communal spaces where people can learn, interact and reflect. They respond to our evolving lifestyles where artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly dominant force.

Earth Stations are designed to promote personal freedom and show the enormous potential of technology on human development. They encourage walking and casual encounters. They break-down traditional notions of ownership and help spread shared processes and circular economies.

In partnership with The London School of Architecture

Booking information

Adult: £12
Student/concession: £8
Members: £5

Image | Cloud Station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Mountain station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Floating souk station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Moat station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Bamboo Station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Log Station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Clay Station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Terracotta Station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Crown station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Image | Bark Station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images

Speaker

Michele de Lucchi

Michele de Lucchi has been a protagonist of avant-garde architecture and design since the 1970s. He has designed furniture for some of the world’s most well-known design companies and developed various architecture projects. De Lucchi is founder and member of Amdl Circle, a multidisciplinary group of thinkers and innovators.

Background image | City station, Amdl Circle, Filippo Bolognese Images