Tuesday 19 July: Peg Rawes, Adam Low and Martin Rosenbaum attended an in-house screening at Shelter (UK), and hosted by Deborah Garvie, for staff from London and Shelter Scotland. The discussion took in the current political context, the need to bring out positive approaches to tackling the issues (e.g. Land Trusts or examples of good practice from the EU/International housing contexts), and the value of ‘reason’ for engendering better notions of wellbeing and self-determination across society.
10 February 2016. Peg Rawes gave a lecture, ‘Relational Architectural Ecologies’, for the Urban Regeneration and Cultural Heritage Lecture Series, MA Architecture and Historic Urban Environments, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
21 January 2016. Peg Rawes gave a lecture, ‘Relational Architectural Ecologies’ for the MRes Inter-disciplinary Urban Design, The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL
20 November 2015. Peg Rawes gave her paper, ‘Housing biopolitics and care’ at the International Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference. Beckett University, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Leeds, UK.
4 November 2015. Peg Rawes’s Lecture, ‘Architectural ecologies and ratios’, Bartlett International Lecture Series, UCL. See podcast here: https://vimeo.com/147110283
11 November 2015. Peg Rawes presented Spinoza’s geometric approach to ecology and wellbeing in the Panel: ‘What’s at stake in environmental design?’ Department of Architecture, University of Westminster.