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Join us for session 3 of the GAE series! Topic 3 explores Affordable housing - what can architects do to address social inequalities?
Join us for the third topic of the 2021 Global Architecture Exchanges series! Affordable housing - what can architects do to address social inequalities?
The Global Architecture Exchanges are a unique online series of talks brought to you by the RIBA in collaboration with other professional institutes of architects across the world.
Through a series of fast-paced presentations, we will be exploring four topics, delivered via four sessions between June and November. Find out how challenges are dealt with in different parts of the world.
About the Session:
How can innovative architectural ideas respond to social inequalities (housing, poverty, health)?
What are the different ways to deliver housing when it is managed and/or delivered at different levels (council/government authorities, private housing, community let housing etc.)
Look beyond the profession to supply solutions to the lack of infrastructure in some places
How to include the management of future crisis (be it another pandemic, Climate Change, or other) in our designs?
Join us and hear perspectives from architects from across the globe, on how affordable housing is delivered in other countries, through the Global Architecture Exchanges Topic 3 – Affordable housing - what can architects do to address social inequalities?
This session includes speakers from the UK, Ireland, China, Japan, Australia.