Last night saw the first of our London screenings of project film Equal by Design. Held in the atmospheric Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre at University College London, and organized by UrbanLab, the event featured lively discussion between our panel of speakers (Film contributors Deborah Garvie, Peter Barber, and Sarah Wigglesworth; Clare Melhuish from UrbanLab and Michael Edwards from UCL, alongside Peg Rawes and Beth Lord) and an audience of 150. The event had a long waiting list of over 180 people keen to join the discussion!
By popular demand, we are pleased to announce a second London screening of the film on 28 June at 7:00 at University College London, organized once again by our friends at UrbanLab. Free tickets are likely to go fast. Book your ticket here.
On Saturday 28 May, “Equal by Design” had its Scottish premiere at the University of Aberdeen May Festival.
After the screening, Rosemary Brotchie of Shelter Scotland gave a short response, explaining some of the developments and challenges in the housing crisis specific to Scotland. This was followed by an audience Q&A with her, the project team, and the film team.
Equal by Design, project film of the Equalities of Wellbeing project, will have its Scottish premiere at the University of Aberdeen May Festival on Saturday 28 May at 4:00 PM.
Equal by Design, by Peg Rawes and Beth Lord, directed by Adam Low and produced by Lone Star Productions, is a 25-minute documentary exploring how Spinoza’s philosophy connects to housing design for wellbeing and the current crisis in affordable housing.
Following the film screening there will be a discussion and Q&A with the project team, the filmmakers, and Rosemary Brotchie of Shelter Scotland.
We are excited to announce that Equal by Design, a documentary film by Peg Rawes and Beth Lord, directed by Adam Low and produced by Lone Star Productions, will be released soon.
The 25-minute documentary explores how Spinoza’s philosophy connects to housing design for greater wellbeing and the current crisis in affordable housing. Watch our website for announcements of screening events over the next few months.
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
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.