Maria Ärlemo: "THE COMPLICIT ARCHITECT – In search for architectural practices for spatial justice" (Higher Seminar, Sept 25)
Maria Ärlemo will present her PhD research in progress, under the title "THE COMPLICIT ARCHITECT – In search for architectural practices for spatial justice". Her opponent will be Nezar Alsayyad, Professor of Architecture, Planning, Urban Design and Urban History at the University of California, Berkeley
Tid: Fr 2015-09-25 kl 14.00 - 16.30
Plats: KTH–A Konferensrum A608, plan 6, Osquars backe 5, Stockholm
is an architect and PhD student within the division of Critical Studies at the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. She holds a Master degree in Architecture from KTH and has qualifications in ethnology from the University of Stockholm and urban sociology from Berkeley, University of California, USA. Her field of interest focuses the potential for architectural practices to contribute to social change, more specifically is she interested in issues of ethics, accountability and agency within architectural practice.