1-4 July 2021
Moscow Urban Forum is the largest international Congress on the development challenges of global megacities. What will the future of Superstar Cities be? What are the main challenges for big data in urban design?
Architect Bettina Zerza is joining Ivan Begtin, Eduard Lysenko, Caroline Nevejan and Rohit Aggarwala for the panel Adaptive City. How Can Cities Stay Receptive to Changes?
29 April 2021
Architect Bettina Zerza has explored how data and intelligent systems will dramatically shape our cities. She gives the example of micro sensors and urban technology that will record air quality, noise pollution and soundscapes, as well as urban infrastructure at large.
20 November 2020
This scientific paper examines the connections between data, infrastructure, and the public realm. Mobile sensors, referred to as “urban tech,” allow cars, buses, bicycles, and citizens to collect data about air quality, noise pollution, and the urban environment at large.
01 June 2021
Artificial intelligence can lead to autonomous buildings that help tackle climate change and contribute to a sustainable and resilient future. These technologies go beyond automation and toward autonomy. Artificial intelligence will drive our cars and it will also do so much more: capture reality, accurately construct buildings and infrastructure, and learn from the data collected by sensors.
2-4 November 2020
BEYOND 2020 is one of the most prestigious conferences in the built environment and is part of a Sustainable Built Environment (SBE) conference series hosted by four organisations: iiSBE, CIB, UN Environment , FIDIC.
03 November 2020
For the built environment to become socio-economically effective and sustainable in line with the sustainable development goals (SDGs) digitalization and innovative technologies can help to facilitate the planning, design, building and the management of the built environment. Architect Bettina Zerza is addressing digitalization, construction decarbonization and building efficiency; BIM, digital twins, blockchain and smart building districts and cities.
02 June 2020
From “City, Open Door!” to “Urban Interactions”, UABB has been running in Shenzhen for 15 years. Exhibitions end, but the discussion about “the future” never stops. What will the next UABB be like? Let’s take a look at some aspirations and expectations.
03 April 2020
Bettina Zerza is joining experts in business, art and architecture at the Karajan Music Tech Conference 2020: The Human Side of Technology. How will our lives change intellectually, physically and emotionally as the Internet of Things migrates into our urban environments. Especially in the context of a world beyond a pandemic – what will the future bring besides social distancing and self-isolation?
03 March 2020
Bettina Zerza is joining Theodore Liebman, Perkins Eastman; Kavyashri Cherala, Robert A.M. Stern Architects; Kerry Nolan, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Antoine AbiDargham, AECOM for a panel discussion at the New York Build Expo 2020. Jennifer Urrutia, JMR Construction Management moderated the talk focusing on NYC’s Green New Deal – Towards a Zero-Carbon Econmy and how we can future proof buildings combining industry expertise and emergent technologies.
22 December 2019
The Eyes of the City exhibition is curated by MIT professor Carlo Ratti (Chief Curator), Politecnico di Torino and SCUT (Academic Curators) and includes installations by Dominique Perrault Architecture, Thomas Heatherwick, Liu Jian, Antoine Picon, Terreform ONE, XKool, Long Ying, J. Meejin Yoon, Liam Young, Philip F. Yuan and Zhang Li.
21 December 2019
What happens when the sensor-imbued city acquires the ability to see – almost as if it had eyes? The exhibition premises are in the newly inaugurated Futian high-speed railway station in Shenzhen, connecting Mainland China and Hong Kong in less than 15 minutes. The topics are as diverse as Shenzhen’s transformation dynamics and collective memory, the transformations to urban infrastructure brought about by autonomous mobility, the increasing convergence between the natural and the artificial, and the ways in which A.I. might both support or disrupt design and construction processes.
13 November 2019
An archive of student design projects dating from the 1930’s through the present. This material documents over 4,000 student projects spanning more than eight decades of architectural pedagogy at the Cooper Union. As a whole, these records provide a comprehensive narrative of the School’s evolving and influential approach to architectural education. Bettina Zerza’s Piranesi Project, Design IV, Faculty Peter Eisenman and Guido Zuliani is featured in the online student work collection.
3 October 2019
Interview with Bettina Zerza. The episode is looking deeper into a few great projects of this year’s reSITE conference. Exploring the theme of regeneration, it features conversations and contemplations from some of the most interesting names in the urban-planning world.
24 September 2019
Bettina Zerza is represented in the exhibition Resident Alien: Austrian Architects in America, at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York. The exhibition highlights the significant impact of Austrian-American architects on modern, postmodern, deconstructivist, digital, and post-digital design culture over the past century.
19 September 2019
Bettina Zerza is speaking at reSITE 2019 REGENERATE in Prague alongside design leaders Thomas Heatherwick, MAD Architects, and UNStudio. In total, 50 globally renowned speakers from four continents will bring inspiration from cities around the world to reSITE’s flagship global forum and at the center of an audience of innovators, architects, planners, investors, and cultural, municipal, and real estate leaders.
19 September 2019
Bettina Zerza is participating in the “Gardens in the Machine” panel discussion at reSITE 2019, which will explore how future cities can grow and regenerate with nature. Moderated by Solene Wolff (PLANE ̶ SITE) and with Chris Precht (Precht), Stanislav Chvala (Nano Energies) and Ilias Papageorgiou (PILA).
29 July 2019
ZERZA is developing new design solutions for the upscaling of polyester fiberglass waste. With designaustria participation in FiberEUse, a research project for circular economy value-chains based on the reuse of end-of-life fiber reinforced composites.
16 September 2016
Ausstellung: Architektinnen in Salzburg – eine Spurensuche
Architektinnen in Salzburg – eine Spurensuche
26 November 2013
02 February 2012
The Unfinished Grid: Design Speculations for Manhattan
THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE NY AND THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
By the City / For the City: An Atlas of Possibility for the Future of New York
INSTITUTE FOR URBAN DESIGN