Company Conversations with Dan Barasch
Dan Barasch, a pioneer in the field of Urban Futurism", is Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Lowline, where he created & led a high profile non-profit social enterprise to build the world's first underground park, using emerging solar technology & equitable public design. For over a decade, he has helped uncover global enthusiasm for the power of technology to improve our cities, adaptive re-use of aging urban infrastructure, & the vast potential of forgotten underground spaces.
He has held leadership roles at Google, UNICEF, PopTech, the 9/11 Survivors' Fund, & within New York City government. He began his career producing international affairs programming at the World Affairs Council, where he co-produced the weekly National Public Radio show It's Your World.
Ruin And Redemption In Architecture
Lost, forgotten, reimagined, & transformed: the compelling beauty of abandoned, reinvented, & rescued architecture.
This book captures the awe-inspiring drama of abandoned, forgotten, & ruined spaces, as well as the extraordinary designs that can bring them back to life - demonstrating that reimagined, repurposed, & abandoned architecture has the beauty & power to change lives, communities, & cities around the world over. The scale & diversity of abandoned buildings is shown through examples from all around the world, demonstrating the extraordinary ingenuity of their transformation by some of the greatest architectural designers of the 20th & 21st centuries.
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