Who Cares? talks
The Who Cares? talks are returning this year, tackling questions on the topic of humanitarian design both abroad and closer to home. The platform aims to bring together architecture students, architects and various organisations to talk about self-initiated architectural projects in marginalised communities in both developed and developing countries.
We have an exciting list of speakers this year, including Mara Weiss from Public Works, Anna Webster from Orkid Studio, Julia King (who worked on the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2016), Hadrian Garrard from Create London and Katherine McNeil from Architecture for Humanity. Look out for informaton on fliers and posters around the school and join our Facebook group for the latest updates.
|Professor Maurice Mitchell, Unit 6 tutor||Monday 21 November, 6.30pm|
|Ed Dale-Harris, Socially Active Worskhop Architecture (SAWA) and Mara Weiss, Public Works||Monday 28 November, 6.30pm|
|Anna Webster with Oliver Hester and Sophia de Sousa||Monday 5 December, 6.30pm|
|Hadrian Garrard and Katherine McNeil||Monday 12 December, 6.30pm|
|Students For OGS and Architects for Social Housing (ASH)||Monday 16 January, 6.30pm|
|Architecture Sans Frontieres UK and The Decorators||Monday 23 January, 6.30pm|
|Julia King and Jan Kattein||Monday 6 February, 6.30pm|
Who Cares? Talks
Monday 21 November, 6.30pm
A talk by Professor Maurice Mitchell, as part of the Who Cares? talks.
Monday 28 November, 6.30pm
A talk by Ed Dale-Harris and Mara Weiss, as part of the Who Cares? Talks.
Monday 5 December, 6.30pm
A talk by Anna Webster with Oliver Hester and Sophia de Sousa, as part of the Who Cares? Talks.
Monday 12 December, 6.30pm
A talk by Hadrian Garrard and Katherine McNeil, as part of the Who Cares? Talks.
Monday 16 January, 6.30pm
A talk by Students For OGS and Architects for Social Housing (ASH), as part of the Who Cares? Talks.
Monday 23 January, 6.30pm
A talk by Matthew Barac and Xavi Llarch Font, as part of the Who Cares? Talks.
Monday 6 February, 6.30pm
A talk by Julia King and Jan Kattein, as part of the Who Cares? Talks.