Stephanie Kyuyoung Lee - Agro Commune
An agro-industrial prototype imagines the post-capitalist future for smallholder farmers.
Stephanie Kyuyoung Lee is a spatial practitioner and researcher based in New York. Her practice often explores the intersection of post-colonial anxiety and mechanical labor systems in the built/non-built environment. Trained as an architect, Stephanie studied Cultural Anthropology and Studio Art at Wesleyan University. She received her Master of Architecture from Rice University where she was a recipient of several fellowships and grants. She is currently a wageworker at Carlo Ratti Associati.
The two-day event at the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) in Ljubljana represents the central gathering of the Future Architecture platform. The conference with 25 selected Future Architecture 2020 Call for Ideas applicants and invited guests is one of the most insightful annual gatherings around European architecture and showcases ideas and trends for the future development of the profession.