Author(s): Brent Sturlaugson
While much of the fi eld of architecture claims to be concerned with the mounting effects of climate change, its tools for combating it are limited. Important gains have been made in raising minimum performance standards, developing alternative materials, and voicing support of progressive policies, but these gains are insufficient. In the face of unprecedented warming and its demonstrated spillover effects, architecture must leverage every possible angle in pursuit of a viable future, including those that capture the imagination. This project seeks to forge new relationships between architecture and climate change by using activist techniques collected under the umbrella of culture jamming.
Amy Larimer, Deborah Berke, Diana Lin, Drew Krafcik, John Barton & Sunil Bald