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COVID-19 in the African City: Speculations and Provocations on Future Roles for Architects

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Wits School of Architecture and Planning

2 August 2021

17:30 - 18:30


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Humans spend increasing time in human-attenuated environments. The role of these transformed environments on human health and well-being has been thrust into public consciousness through the COVID-19 pandemic with its spatial, networked, engineering and design drivers. This compounds the rude realisation that building activities <routinely> exploit limited resource endowments,  violate geological and ecological substrates and threaten our future. With these perspectives, can architects play a role in crafting a better future?

Join Wits School of Architecture and Planning for the opening lecture by Peta de Jager, to open the second semsester.

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