Through the creation of the Norman Foster Institute on Sustainable Cities, overseen by his Madrid-based foundation, the starchitect aims to train “the civic leaders of the future” to face the challenges of a rapidly urbanizing world.
“Addressing climate change and the entire built environment begins with design,” writes Architecture 2030’s Edward Mazria. “We’ve taken the initiative to lead, now the work intensifies as we expand our scope, influence, and impact.”
This special half-day event, organized by Architectural Record in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, offers a “master class” in sustainable design and how to make it an integral part of a firm’s DNA, led by architects who have been doing just that for decades. Read More