Health & Equity in Architectural Practice

Saturday, November 12 (12-1:30pm ET)

This panel explores timely questions for global architectural practice provoked by the simultaneous urban epidemics of COVID-19, social inequity, and climate change. How does the practice of architecture need to change to confront the many vulnerabilities in urban settings rendered visible by COVID? What are the stakes for global public health in doing so? This session is sponsored by the Epidemic Urbanism Initiative:

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Panelists include:
--Sahar Attia, Cairo University, Egypt
--Cristiana Caira, White Arkitekter, Sweden
--Henry Chao, Chao Architect, USA
--Femke Feenstra, G.A.F. Architects, The Netherlands
--David Gloster, Royal Institute of British Architects, UK
--Robin Guenther, Perkins and Will, USA
--Khondaker Hasibul Kabir, Co.Creation.Architects, Bangladesh
--Rubén Octavio Sepúlveda Chapa, Dear Architects, Mexico
--Timothy Seyi Odeyale, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

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