Join ASF-UK for a one day symposium to explore how built environment practitioners can respond to emerging global challenges in cities.
With highly interactive sessions throughout the day, we will test and discuss different skills, approaches and knowledge that can ‘challenge practice’ in order to design in uncertain global times. The day will be a great opportunity to expand your knowledge of working in this sector, to network with others in this field and a chance to discover ways in which to engage with ASF-UK. The event will end with a reflection by practitioners involved in innovative forms of practice in the UK and around the world.
When: Saturday 5th March 2016
Where: UCL campus: Pearson (North East Entrance) G22 LT, Pearson Building, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT
How to book: email email@example.com, website: http://www.asf-uk.org/asf-uk-
Fee: £80 full fee (inc. ASF membership 2016), £40 students
Event is RIBA CPD accredited: http://www.ribacpd.com/architecture-sans-frontieres-uk-asf-uk/27874/overview/
MORNING SESSION 9:30 – 13:00
Drawing from the experience of ASF-UK, the session will examine the value of built environment practice in addressing key global challenges facing cities today.
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Irena Bauman, Co-founder of Bauman Lyons Architects & member of the Board of Directors at ASF-UK.
AFTERNOON SESSION 14:00 – 18:00
Interactive workshops will develop original insights into the future of built environment practice in uncertain global times, based on four inspiring projects from around the globe: Colombia, India, Kenya, and the UK.
- Andy Edwards, Co-founder of Transition by Design
- Daisy Froud, Co-founder & Director of Participation at AOC
- Rubbina Karruna, DFID Cities Advisor & Chair at ASF-UK
- Julia King, Architectural Designer & Urban researcher.
Further speakers and a full agenda to follow.
TitleASF-UK Symposium - Challenging Practice: Designing In Uncertain Global Times
FromMarch 05, 2016 09:30 AM
UntilMarch 05, 2016 06:00 PM
VenueUniversity College London campus