Social and Spatial Inequity in the time of Covid19

May 19, 2020

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May 19, 2020

“Space, as it relates to infectious disease epidemics, isn’t just about quarantine; it’s also a design problem.” (Budds 2020)

The COVID-19 Pandemic has the potential to make us more aware of social inequality in our urban and rural spaces and how we approach design in t...

November 11, 2019

The word 'gentrification' dominates conversations about London these days.  There is an increasing awareness that London’s reputation as a city hosting ‘people of all backgrounds and hues’ is under threat. As house prices rise, city centre living is becoming inaccessib...

January 3, 2016

Guy and Farmer (2001) provide a succinct synopsis on the discourse of sustainability within architecture. The overarching approach to sustainability within the architectural discipline tends to be technologically driven, rarely taking into consideration the latent effe...

October 22, 2014

A lot of commentary about contemporary cities has it that our economy is no longer an economy in which things are made, but an economy of service, a "knowledge economy," an economy in which value is added through the production of software, websites, prototypes, manipu...

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