2009 | Architecture of ConsequenceRotterdam, the Netherlands

The innovation agenda ‘Architecture of Consequence’ shows that architecture can play a part in formulating solutions to widespread global problems, and help to build a more sustainable future. The Netherlands Architecture Institute calls on designers, principals and policymakers to seize this opportunity and become a force for positive change.

For more information, please visit: Architecture of Consequence.

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