Across three public events, humanitarian architects will explore divergent pathways and projects in designing for marginalised communities.

Public Events and Activities

MASTERCLASS: Public Interest Design

Bryan Bell

Training on how designers can expand their practices through working on a wide range of collaborative fee-based and pro bono projects with and for diverse community groups

TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST 2019
9AM – 1PM
KOORIE HERITAGE TRUST

$120 (incl GST) – Morning tea provided

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FORUM: Indigenous Architecture & Design - Cultural Heritage and Closing the Gap

Elizabeth Grant and Jefa Greenaway

TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST 2019
2PM – 5:30PM
KOORIE HERITAGE TRUST

$40 (incl GST) – Afternoon tea provided

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PUBLIC LECTURE: Design for a Fragile Planet

BRYAN BELL – Founder of Design Corps & Social, Economic and Environmental Design (SEED) Network, USA.
SAIJA HOLLMÉN – Director of Hollmen, Reuter, Sandman Architects & Founder of WitLab, Aalto University, Finland.
KIRTEE SHAH – President of Habitat Forum and Founder of Ahmedabad Study Action Group, India.

WEDNESDAY, 7 AUGUST 2019
5PM – 7:00PM
RMIT DESIGN HUB

This is a free event (registration required)

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Image 1: Women’s Centre, Rufisque, Senegal, 2001, Hollmen Reuter Sandman – photo credit: Juha Ilonen
Image 2: Cultural Centre Chamanga, 2018 SEED Award – photo credit: S.Oviedo
Image 3: Ngarara Place, RMIT University, Design: Greenaway Architects – photo credit: Peter Casamento
Image 4: KWIECO Shelter House, Moshi, Tanzania, 2001 Hollmén Reuter Sandman – photo credit: Helena Sandman