Session 1 Green Dream A 1030 -1245
** Jenkins et al_The urban amethyst: Architectural and energetic potentials of symbiotic vertical farms
** Featherstone et al_Velocity: Growing Villages Differently
** Zhong_Not Simply Green-The State of Practice of Nature by Design
** Terry_Decolonising through Carbon59: **Betancour&Vesterlund_Green Imaginaries: Exploring the relationship between nature and culture
**Whitehouse_Pteridomania-A study of circular living and reciprocal structures inspired by ferns
**Boris&Michelsen_Small scale interventions as catalysis for radical transformation in Bedsted
Session 2 NOT Building 1030 -1245:
**Medici and Cavallo_Circular Architecture of Degrowth
**Greub_Land art as agent for Not building
**Lovesmith_Libraries reclaimed-A radical experiment empowering service users as creative agents
**Pinsent_Fashioning the waste climate
Session 3 Ecological Entaglements 1430-1645
**Crociani et al_Architecture on the Couch: Exploring the psychology of the architectural assemblage as a radical reconceptualisation of how it may be sustained
**Hortal_A Rural Land based on Faulkner’s tales and Mockbee's standards unveiled by tetralemmas,empathic writings & stereographs
**Cascone_African Offgrid Housing11: Watson_A Radical Near-Future Vision: The Home of 2030
**Oliveira et al_SocioSpatial Technology encounters-your home to mine
**Hopewell_Suburbia and Sympoetic Tangling
**Grimes and Davis_The Black Metropolis, ecological Speculation and the Radical Black Tradition
**Lavaf&Meraz_Architectural Form and environment through the lens of integral theory
Session 4 Green Dream B 1430-1645
**Marco et al_The enforced lockdown experience of architects-Exploration of resilient design considerations post Covid19
**Chiganze_Dreaming of biodiversity net Gain- How geo-centric celtic belief systems can be applied within Bristol
**Koch_ Beyond Gravity - Towards a manifesto for the framework of virtualarchitecture
**Granta_Pure Bristol-A new framework for Europe
**Ness_Rebalancing built resources to match global needs
**Hannurkar et al_Investigating the impact of digital fabrication on the use of biobased materials in building andconstruction industry.
**Rawlinson et al_Shifting Gear-Realising the Walking and Cycling City
Session 5 Architect as Activist in Practice 1030-1245
**Buck et al., Lessons from R-Urban Poplar: Eco-Prototyping as activist practice
**Brooks_Should Extinction Rebellion Give It Arrest? Does their theory of system change need to evolve?
**Zannotto_Learning from Global Tools. A Radical Approach to Sustainable Design
**Chapman and Roberts_Contrapiano [counterplan]: architecture, politics and radicality in the Italian neo-avant-garde
**Elarji_Minor modes of initiating environmental care: the cases of the floating university Berlin and Agrocité Paris.
**Smits_Towards an agile built environment
Session 6 Architect as Activist in Education 1030-1245
**Jones et al., Educating activist practitioners: A case study of regenerative design on a UK High Street
**Spencer_Climate Studio Sessions: reformatting lecture structure to increase human interaction in the new-normal digital world
**Rainha_“REWIND TO REVIEW: (RE)EDUCATE through (RESEARCH)”
**Nan_Sustainability and Global Entangled Complexities. Reexamining a profession.
**Sara_The Extinction Rebellion Architecture Studio: Architecture Education as Activism
**Kalakoski_Radical Repair: Exploring Alternative Heritage Practices with Architecture Students
Session 7 Utopian Realism 1030-1245
**Agyin_Green Paranoia: The Sustainable U(dys)topia of Post-sapiens
**Kemal_ How will decisions we make today manifest themselves tomorrow?
**Aernouts_ Visualising cities of 205039: **Adamo_Welcome to Belmondo
**Galley_Changed Lands – How can the creation of imagined places voice our individual and collective hopes, fears, and requirements for future urban and rural spaces?
**Windsor_MISSION ASTRAEA-Trawling for treasure in the celestial sea