Talking Architecture Episode: City Futures After COVID-19

Talking Architecture Episode: City Futures After COVID-19

World Architecture Festival have launched Talking Architecture, a series of webinars in the lead-up to WAF in Lisbon on 2-4 December. The WAF team will be inviting contributors to discuss current issues of architectural concern, followed by interactive engagement with registered participants. All the webinars are free to attend and can be watched back on demand.

Register for the World Architecture Festival Talking Architecture Webinar

Talking Architecture Episode: City Futures After COVID-19
15 July 2020

Assumptions about the way we plan, use and govern our cities have been turned upside down by Covid-19, its potential after-effects, and ‘Black Lives Matter’ global protests. This World Architecture Festival webinar will discuss the implications for architects of seeking improved social justice, spatial equity and responsive governance with our South African guest Heather Dodd, a Festival judge, speaker and former WAFX Award winner.


Wednesday 15 July 2020
10:00 AM, UK time
Registration link:

The webinar will also be Live Streamed on ArchDaily’s and WAF’s Facebook channels.


Heather Dodd, Director, Savage + Dodd Architects
Paul Finch, Programme Director, World Architecture Festival
Jeremy Melvin, Curator, World Architecture Festival

The WAF awards are open for entries until 14 August 2020. Enter using the discount code ARCHDAILY20 for a 20% discount.

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Cite: "Talking Architecture Episode: City Futures After COVID-19" 14 Jul 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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