Finally, my TEDx Surrey University talk has been uploaded onto Youtube!

The talk revolved around the dilemma of whether, in the modern world, one needs – or is almost forced – to be constantly fast and curious, or whether being slow is the right way to go. Take a look:

I would like to thank the TEDx team at Surrey University (UK) for the honor, and the opportunity to do my very first TEDx talk. It was an amazing experience. Thank you, guys!

Cheers!

Alright, it’s official: I will be speaking at TEDx SurreyUniversity on March 14th.

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The theme of the event is “Fast and Curious”. Tickets are available here, and more information about the event itself can be found here. Check back in for more details later, and hope to see you there!

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I was recently invited to speak at a conference in Tartu University on the topic of “Bridging borders”. The title of my talk was “Building the buildings that fly”, as I believe that gravitation is one of the “holy grails” – or “ultimate borders” – of architecture. Ended up talking mostly about the work of other people who inspire me, but it was still a pleasure to participate and the feedback was very positive too. So, take a look if you’re interested.

Thanks to the University of Tartu and the American Embassy in Tallinn for inviting me to speak.

The videos of the talks by other speakers can be found here.

General info about the event can be found here.