As competition in the UK becomes tighter, architects are keen to find work overseas, often in such places where the prevailing human rights record has been a growing cause of concern and debate for some time.
Is the question of ethics in architecture a matter where business must be led by pragmatics of the head, rather than emotions of the heart? Or is compromise a defeat?
Are students of architecture being taught about ethics or is it assumed that each individual will do as they see fit when they start to practice?
A panel discussion led by Sumita Sinha, Professor Nabeel Hamdi and Anthony Powis from AsF discuss this thorny problem, followed by Q&A.
TitleEthics and the Business of Architecture
FromJune 02, 2015 06:30 PM
UntilJune 02, 2015 08:30 PM
VenueRIBA Bookshop, 66 Portland place , London W1B 1AD
AddressRIBA Bookshop, 66 Portland place , London W1B 1AD