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// The disruptive minds series is in partnership with smartwater. smartwater, simplicity is delicious. Click here to learn more. Usually when one studies architecture, one does architecture. But that’s just not enough for some people. James Ramsey, most famous for the sci-fi-like renderings of the Low Line, an underground park which has captured the imagination of thousands, is one of those people. An architecture grad from Yale University, Ramsey went on to be a satellite engineer for NASA, before coming back to architecture and starting up his own design studio, Raad Studio. Oh yeah, and along the way he came up with a fiberoptic technology that would allow you to bring natural light (and thus grow plants) underground. Read the full interview after the break So -for the first part of our new series “Disruptive minds”, that will feature people who are challenging Architecture and Design combining creativity, technology and the public interest-  we decided to talk with Ramsey and find out: View more View full description
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