Italian architect and designer Carlo Ratti is interested in the dynamic between technology and physical space. His work, exhibited at MoMA and the Venice Biennale, among other venues, uses the flow of information to map and predict urban behavior and has garnered him a place on the Italian Design Council. His pavilion at the 2008 World Expo was named one of Time magazine's "Best Inventions of the Year." Ratti teaches at MIT, where he directs the SENSEable City Laboratory, an interdisciplinary group in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
The Seed Salon: Steven Strogatz + Carlo Ratti
Portrait by Julian Dufort
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