1. Introduction 2. Energy Hierarchies and Architecture 3. The Complicated and The Complex 4. The Specifically Generic Architecture 5. Conclusion
Kiel Moe is a registered architect and Assistant Professor of Architectural Technology at Harvard Graduate School of Design. At the GSD, he is co-director of the MDesS program and director of the Energy, Environments, & Design Lab.
Looking beyond usual energy efficiency criteria, Moe uses a solid scientific base to uphold a paradoxical proposal, but which ultimately rests on the evidence that works of architecture "are anything but sustainable." - Arquitectura Viva