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Change and the Public Good
This year’s Architecture School will examine moments of change in London that were underpinned by notions of public good.
Using the lens of urban infrastructure, civic activism and forms of architectural production, and taking in sewers, bridges and experimental business models, the three talks will explore how development for the benefit of people not profit has influenced and continues to inform the built fabric of the city.
Architects Dinah Bornat and Nisha Kurian will discuss the ways in which architects are rethinking forms of practice to promote collaboration and to create a more equitable built environment.
Dinah will present the London Practice Forum, a collective of architectural practices in the capital working to share best practice and affect positive change.
Nisha will discuss the RE-SET-GO initiative - a hands-on, paid workplace experience and mentoring programme established with the mission of diversifying architecture practices.
Photo © RE-SET-GO
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