The French architect and director of Mamou-Mani Architects will take part in a discussion about post-plastic materials.
Based in London, Mamou-Mani specialises in digital fabrication, parametric design and advanced bioplastics.
He designed the spectacular timber Temple Galaxia at Burning Man in 2018, becoming the first non-American designer to create the festival's centrepiece.
Earlier this year he created a 3D-printed bioplastic installation for fashion brand COS that explored lightweight architecture made entirely of natural materials.
In a video filmed by Dezeen at the installation, Mamou-Mani discussed how bioplastics could create structures that could be composted after use, and which could help reduce the need for fossil-fuel plastics.
Aged 36, Mamou-Mani lectures at the University of Westminster and runs digital fabrication laboratory Fabpub.
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The illustration is by Rima Sabina Aouf.