With Elizabeth Grant and Jefa Greenaway.
Elizabeth is Associate Professor in HARB, RMIT University, and Adjunct Professor at University of Queensland and University of Canberra. Lead editor of the International Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture, and co-author of Housing and Indigenous People Living with a Disability and Architecture for Aboriginal Children and Families.
Jefa is Lecturer in Architecture, Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne and Director, Greenaway Architects. With Reuben Berg, he is Co-Founder of Indigenous Architecture and Design Victoria, and Regional Ambassador (Oceania) for INDIGO (International Indigenous Design Alliance).
The Indigenous Architecture and Design Forum will explore the nexus between cultural heritage, design and the wellbeing of Indigenous peoples.
6 August, 2:00 - 5:30pm
Koorie Heritage Trust
$40 (incl GST)
Join us to hear three humanitarian architects explore divergent pathways and projects in designing for marginalised communities.
With Bryan Bell (USA), Kirtee Shah (India) and Saiga Hellmén (Finland).
Bryan Bell (USA)
Founder of Design Corps & Social, Economic and Environmental Design (SEED) Network, USA.
Saija Hollmén (Finland)
Director of Hollmen, Reuter, Sandman Architects and Founder of WitLab, Aalto University, Finland.
Kirtee Shah (India)
President of Habitat Forum and Founder of Ahmedabad Study Action Group, India.
7 August, 5:00 - 7:00pm
RMIT Design Hub