Plant Potential

Plant Potential

Join The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture for Plant Potential, an online conference that brings together an architect, a theorist, a scientist, an urban gardener, and an artist for a collective exploration of our relationship with plant life. Their investigative and creative initiatives vary in scope and character but all aim at helping human communities to reconnect with the ecological, cultural, and spiritual dimensions of the environment by embracing the nurturing potential of plants as food, material resource, environment makers, companions, and teachers.

Curated by Aleksandra Jaeschke, an architect, assistant professor of architecture and sustainable design at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, and the 2019 winner of the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Wheelwright Prize, the conference is part of a larger project made possible by the 2019-2021 Meadows Foundation Fellowship awarded by the Center for American Architecture and Design.


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Cite: "Plant Potential" 04 Nov 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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