The World Around 2022 is a day of live architecture talks taking place at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
The second session was presented by Aric Chen, director of the Het Nieuwe Instituut, and explored the invisible networks and processes behind materials.
The session featured a host of design and architecture experts such as architect Tadao Ando, who introduced his restoration of the Bourse de Commerce in Paris and its conversion into the Pinault collection.
Architect Dominique Petit-Frère presented her design studio Limbo Accra based in Accra, Ghana.
Principal architect of MVRDV Winy Maas introduced the practice's recent project Depot Van Beuningen, the world's first fully accessible art depot.
Finally architect David Chipperfield talked about the renovation of Mies van der Rohe's Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin and designer Amie Siegel discussed her practice in conversation with The World Around founder and curator Beatrice Galilee.
The World Around is an online, non-profit organisation hosting annual summits of talks featuring design, architecture and culture experts.