Care has often been overlooked in the planning of our cities, sometimes lagging miles behind economic, functional or historic considerations. This year's annual LFA symposium, in collaboration with the Royal Academy, looked to explore some of these issues.
'Architecture and Inequity: New Practices of Care’ brought together conversations surrounding the responsibility of architecture and architects to create equitable and caring environments, along with proposals to address the systemic inequalities in our cities.
Keynote In Conversation :
Akil Scafe-Smith, from interdisciplinary design collective Resolve and Tatiana Bilbao, founder of the eponymous studio based in Mexico City, concluded the symposium with a coversation on community-based and collaborative design.
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