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At a time when the architecture and design community faces both long-term and immediate challenges and opportunities, Metropolis‘s new digital format—the Metropolis Forum: Webinar—helps industry leaders discuss the way forward and provides opportunities for members of the community to stay connected. View Past Webinars

UPCOMING WEBINARS


June 9th, 4:00PM–5:00PM EDT

Healthy People, Healthy Planet

In conjunction with the Metropolis Sustainability lab at NeoCon,
presented by Aquafil

Sustainability and wellness are inextricable from each other, and 2020 is a watershed moment for both, thanks to the global pandemic. How can designers navigate this year’s challenges and create healthier, more sustainable spaces?

Sponsored By

Econyl by AquafilWebinar Materialbank

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Putting Carbon to Work

June 16th, 4:00PM–5:00PM EDT

Putting Carbon to Work

In conjunction with the Metropolis Sustainability lab at NeoCon,
presented by Aquafil

The most important way that designers can combat the climate crisis is by bringing down carbon emissions. How can designers leverage the strategies for low-carbon design to deliver better spaces and experiences for clients and end-users alike?

Sponsored By

Econyl by AquafilIndiana Furniture

June 23rd, 4:00PM–5:00PM EDT

Designing Resilient Spaces

In conjunction with the Metropolis Sustainability lab at NeoCon,
presented by Aquafil

Resilient design is commonly understood as being related to disasters like fires or floods, but it actually stands for creativity informed by long-term thinking. Indoors and outside, how can designers create spaces that will endure short term shocks and have a long-lasting positive impact on people’s lives?

Sponsored By

Econyl by Aquafil

Designing Resilient Spaces
The Pandemic is a Portal

June 30th, 4:00PM–5:00PM EDT

The Pandemic is a Portal: Sustainability

In conjunction with the Metropolis Sustainability lab at NeoCon,
presented by Aquafil

In the months before COVID-19 struck, the climate crisis was at the top of our minds, with many organizations making significant commitments to tackle this challenge. How can our learning from the current health crisis help us take the sustainability movement to the next stage?

Sponsored By

Econyl by AquafilKeilhauer