Challenging Practice – Essentials for the Social Production of Habitat is an independent-learning programme that seeks to enable built environment practitioners to engage critically with the challenge of creating fairer cities.
Free public event on Sunday July 2. from 16-17.
Registration required via this registration form.
Challenging Practice is an independent-learning programme that seeks to enable built environment practitioners to engage critically with the challenge of creating fairer cities. The programme was first set up in 2012 with the aim to bridge the gap between architectural education and practice – specifically focusing on questions of social inclusion and exclusion in cities, and how these can be tackled through design and planning.
The Challenging Practice programme was first designed by an Architecture Sans Frontières International (ASF-int) partnership including ASF-UK, ASF-Spain, ASF-France, ASF-Italy and ASF-Sweden. The programme is now delivered by a broader set of organisations and has been undertaken by over 1000 built environment professionals globally.
The event will include a presentation about Challenging Practice (CP), followed by a panel discussion with representatives of CP teams from ASF-International member organisations. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the CP programme and explore potentials for taking part in it and/or being involved in its future.
This event is organised by the Training and Research working group of Architecture Sans Frontières International, and hosted by Architects Without Borders Denmark.
Venue: Community Hall, entrance B, 1st. floor. Fælledvej 12, 2200 Copenhagen N., Denmark. Please arrive at least 5 mins. before start.