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The keynotes by Kent Larson focus on finding functional models for cities that best use land, and help find solutions to urban problems. Kent Larson is working on developing an improved mobility system for big cities to eliminate some of their major issues.
Kent Lawson is the director of the Media Lab's Changing Places Group, and he is the director of the MIT House Research Consortium in the School of Architecture and Planning. He is an architect, and has been published in Architectural Record, Global Architecture, The New York Times and more. His main areas of focus are in responsive housing, urban mobility-on-demand, living labs and architecture.
The keynotes by Kent Larson focus on answering some of the biggest issues in metropolitan cities. Kent Larson seeks to do away with congestion and to find functional models for cities.
Featured Keynote - Developing Responsive Cities
Kent Larson Discusses the Future in This Urban Development Keynote
MIT Media Lab’s Professor Kent Larson gives an urban development keynote on the creation of responsive cities. Larson looks to to find a functional model for cities, and not on the obsolete model... Read More