Archipelago: Architectures for the Multiverse, May 6-8, Geneva / Sacred Places for Sustainable Cities Reclaiming the Notion of Efficacy: New Metrics for Alternative Practices Borrowers Not a Closed Statement Problems After No Construction Strange Noises From Inside Please Do Not Feed the Robots 'Transversality as a Practice': An Interview with Jean-Pierre Greff 'Powerful Islands and Architectures': An Interview with Yves Leuzinger A Note on Undefining Letter from Archipelago

Jane Mah Hutton

Jane Mah Hutton’s research looks at the extended material flows of common construction materials. Recent books include Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements (Routledge, 2019), Landscript 5: Material Culture-Assembling and Disassembling Landscapes (Jovis, 2017), and Wood Urbanism: From the Molecular to the Territorial (Actar, 2019), co-edited with Daniel Ibanez and Kiel Moe. Her research has been supported by an EDRA Great Places Book Award, the Robert and Stephanie Olmsted Fellowship at Macdowell, and a Canadian Centre for Architecture Fellowship. She teaches at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, is a landscape architect, and was part of the editorial board of the journal Scapegoat: Architecture, Landscape, Political Economy for several years.