100 Day Studio: Dismantling the Master’s House: Bringing Intersectionality to an Architecture School

Day 39 of the 100 Day Studio: If design professions are to play a relevant role in future world-making, the disciplines must change. Yet architecture, for instance, is a notoriously conservative discipline that clings to traditional notions of mastery and individual creativity, maintaining hierarchical and patriarchal structures. Charlotte Malterre-Barthes presents a chronicle of the efforts to bring about change and awareness on gender and diversity at the Architecture Department of ETH Zurich. She and comrade Dubravka Sekulic discuss their joint effort to bring intersectionality to the architecture school, and how they hope to establish an ecology of practices that transform design disciplines in a responsive, urgent, and sustainable fashion. They are joined in conversation by Khensani De Klerk, a current MPhil student at the University of Cambridge.

The 100 Day Studio is a new series of online lectures, interviews, building tours and panel discussions, organised by The Architecture Foundation. For 100 weekdays from Monday April 6th 2020 to Thursday August 27th 2020, the 100 Day Studio will host many of best architects and architectural thinkers in the world, broadcast live and uploaded here on this channel. The curriculum for the week ahead will be announced each Friday at architecturefoundation.org.uk/news/100-day-studio

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