100 Day Studio: Young Trustees with Mellis Haward, David McEwen, and Amandeep Singh Kalra

Day 59 of the 100 Day Studio: Who has the right to live in cities? We are all familiar with the issues of spiralling rents, loss of truly ‘public’ space and the steady creep of gentrification that displaces marginalised communities in cities across the globe. Over the past few weeks, the pandemic and the resurgence of activism against racism have both caused us to collectively discuss the nature of community, how it exists in relation to the city, and how we can work proactively to preserve and make space for marginalised people in our urban environments. In the fourth part of the Business as Usual series, the Architecture Foundation Young Trustees speak to Mellis Haward of Archio, David McEwen, and Amandeep Singh Kalra.

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

If you would like to support the work of The Architecture Foundation, please consider donating or becoming a member at architecturefoundation.nationbuilder.com



You need to login or register to bookmark/favorite this content.