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Ned Dodington TEDxHouston 2013

Dodington outlines a practice which has formed from his study as a graduate student at Rice University which has developed into a design practice for “Biological Inclusive Design” which designs with other species rather than for them. This design community is largely architecture based and forms part of the Expanded Environments movement, it tries to collapse the Humanist divide between humans and animals.

This work has developed into a book How to Design with the Animal: Lessons in Cross-Species Architeture and Design (2013)

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