RS2 goes to MIT

RS2 goes to Boston. Visits started at MIT’s Media Lab new Building, by Fumihiko Maki, where CBA (Center for Bits and Atoms) Fab Lab is settled. Researchers like Kenny Cheung or Nadia Peak where presenting their works. Group also visited Carlo Ratti’s Senseable City Lab where Copenhague Wheel prototype was being tested. At MIT architecture department a round table on self-sufficiency took part between IAAC’s RS2 students and Andrew Scott students, with Nader Tehrani guiding the conversation.

RS2 at Fumihiko Maki’s Media Lab building

Sherry Lassiter at the Media Lab’s CBA

Kenny Cheung fibers prototype.

With Nadia Peak at the electronic X-ray scanner.

Copenhagen Wheel at Senseable City Lab

RS2 discussion on construction details of the Alvar Aalto MIT students residence.

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