Peggy Deamer

Professor Emerita | Yale School of Architecture New York City, United States of America
Peggy Deamer


Peggy Deamer is Professor Emerita of Yale School of Architecture and the founding member of the Architecture Lobby. She is the editor of Architecture and Capitalism: 1845 to the Present and The Architect as Worker: Immaterial Labor, the Creative Class, and the Politics of Design and the author of Architecture and Labor.


High-Level Roundtable | TOMORROW.BUILDING

Shifting How We Plan, Build and Renovate Urban Infrastructure

Martha Thorne
Martha Thorne Henrik F. Obel Foundation Senior Advisor Chair
Talal Al Marri
Talal Al Marri Aramco Senior Vice President of Community Services Speaker
Peggy Deamer
Peggy Deamer Yale School of Architecture Professor Emerita Speaker
Luke Houghton
Luke Houghton Deloitte Global Infrastructure Leader Advisory Speaker
Eszter Dávida
Eszter Dávida KÉK - Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre Director Speaker

#Construction Technologies, #Smart Buildings, #Urban design, #Urban infrastructure, #Urban Planning

07-11-2023 14:15 07-11-2023 15:00 Europe/Madrid Shifting How We Plan, Build and Renovate Urban Infrastructure

Visionary design will lead cities to a new era of thriving, resource-efficient and future-ready urban environments. By embracing technological advancements, decarbonisation principles and innovative infrastructure strategies, cities are being reshaped for the better. How can greener buildings and infrastructure bring cities to a sustainable reality, and towards a technologically enabled, balanced urban landscape?

Hall 1 | Auditorium
Tue 7 14:15h - 15:00h Hall 1 | Auditorium Full Congress & Tomorrow.Mobility & Tomorrow.Building Passes