Biogenic House Sections, curated by LTL Architects, explores case studies and speculative designs that use natural materials

Biogenic House Sections
Curated by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis
North Gallery
Princeton University School of Architecture
Princeton, NJ 08544
Open through January 13

What are the material means through which architects can reduce the embodied carbon of the buildings they design? This question animates Biogenic House Sections, an installation by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (LTL) currently on view at the Princeton University School of Architecture. The setting is appropriate, as Paul Lewis, a principal at LTL, is also a professor of architectural design at Princeton.

Biogenic means “produced by living organisms.” The show focuses on natural materials and, according to press information, “examines how designing through these materials pushes architecture toward peculiar, unconventional, and logical

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