Connected Cities (Part 1)
Kent Larson, MIT Media Lab
June 10, 2014 | EmTech Digital
Kent Larson, Principal Research Scientist, MIT Media Lab on designing connected cities for a rapidly growing urban population around the world.
Kent Larson, Principal Research Scientist, MIT Media Lab
Kent Larson directs Changing Places Research Group and the City Science Initiative at the MIT Media Laboratory, with research focused on transformable urban housing, mobility-on-demand, responsive technology, urban food production, and living lab experiments. Larson practiced architecture for 15 years in New York City. His book, Louis I. Kahn: Unbuilt Masterworks was selected as one of the Ten Best Books in Architecture, 2000 by the New York Times Review of Books.
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