Architects Jennifer Broutin Farah and Kamal Farah at SALT Beyoğlu

Jennifer Broutin Farah and Kamal Farah will discuss strategies for cities as adaptive technologies on July 18 at SALT Beyoğlu.

Who’s in town? Jennifer Broutin Farah and Kamal Farah

July 18, 19.00

SALT Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema

Architects Jennifer Broutin Farah and Kamal Farah will present their current research and discuss strategies for cities as adaptive technologies.

Jennifer Broutin Farah

Jennifer Broutin Farah received a professional BArch degree from the University of Miami, and an MS in advanced architectural design from Columbia University. Farah is a PhD candidate in the MIT Media Lab’s Changing Places group. Her expertise includes adaptive infrastructure, energy innovation, food systems, and human-centered design in constructed environments. She has worked with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Arquitectonica Intl., and has taught at universities including Columbia University and Pratt Institute. A recipient of multiple awards, she has been featured on Discovery Science and in documentaries for GOOD Magazine and Eyebeam Art & Technology Center (where she was an artist in residence) in addition to contributing to Wired Magazine and the Financial Times, among others.

Kamal Farah

Kamal Farah received a BArch degree from the University of Miami and an MS in architecture and urban design from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where he is also a faculty member. Farah is a research assistant in the Changing Places group at the MIT Media Lab, where he is developing future urban systems, investigating the impact of emergent technologies and virtual networks on physical space. Farah has advised organizations including IBM and the Ford Motor Company and led projects combining design, strategy, and management for multinational clients at SOM and Ateliers Jean Nouvel.

The talk will be held in English.

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