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Archtober Presentation: Nature-Based Solutions and the Built Environment

Thursday, October 13, 6:30 pm7:30 pm

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Thursday, October 13
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6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
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Join MIT graduate student James Vincent Brice to learn more about the complex environmental processes embedded within the built environment, and how nature-based solutions can increase the physical, ecological, and social resilience of our coastlines in the face of global climate change.

Photograph of James Vincent Brice sitting on stone steps wearing a navy blue button down shirt and black pants.

Photo courtesy of MIT News

James Vincent Brice is a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) pursuing a Master of Architecture with research co-advised in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Before coming to MIT, he worked as a zookeeper and aquarist at the Staten Island Zoo, responsible for the care of terrestrial and aquatic animal life. Pulling from this professional experience and a BS in Applied Physics (RPI ’16), he has been exploring the integration of architecture, urban ecology and environmental fluid mechanics.

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Archtober [ärk’töbər] is New York City’s Architecture and Design Month, the annual festival of architecture activities, programs and exhibitions taking place during the month of October.

Architectural sketch of a square walkway built over water, open air with two rooves (right and left) with a girl looking over one edge at a heron in the center.

Courtesy of James Vincent Brice