Who Cares? The Cass explores Humanitarianism
Corina Tuna is an architectural designer and maker, with eight years of experience training, researching and working on projects across Greater London and abroad. Her design work is strongly driven by the idea that architecture, as a process, can invite participation in civic life, stimulate conversations and build relationships – profoundly connecting citizens to each other and their surroundings. She takes an experimental hands-on approach to both research and practice, using her skills to empower ordinary people to collectively respond to and transform the places they inhabit.
EVA Studio founders have a combined wealth of experience in architecture and design, having worked for renowned practices, as well as having worked for several years in developing countries such as Haiti and Bolivia. Between London and Port-au-Prince, their practice has a team of over ten talented designers and field architects, with different backgrounds and a broad experience and expertise. EVA’s portfolio aims at undertaking projects with a social agenda: their portfolio extends over a wide range of projects from public spaces, public infrastructure, schools to housing.
Image: Design for a public space in Canaan, Haiti
Who Cares? talks
Building, Owning & Belonging - Book launch
Monday 4 February 2019, 6.30pm
A book launch with Jaime Royo Olid, Himanshu Parikh, Dr Matthew Barac, and El Parker.
A Global Human Crisis in conversation with Paul Vick and Maggie Black
Monday 11 February 2019, 6.30pm
A lecture exploring issues of global human crisis.
Exploring The Role of The Architect in International Development
Monday 18 February 2019 at 6.30pm
A lecture with Toby Pear and CAUKIN Studio, exploring The Role of The Architect in International Development.
EVA Studio and Corina Tuna
Monday 25 February 2019 at 6.30pm
A lecture by Corina Tuna and EVA Studio.
Bo Tang and Nabeel Hamdi
Monday 4 March 2019 at 6.30pm
In conversation with Nabeel Hamdi and Bo Tang on Engaging The Humanitarian in Placemaking.
Who Cares? talks
Student-led architecture lecture series 2018-19
The Who Cares? talks are returning this year, tackling questions on the topic of humanitarian design both abroad and closer to home.