Humanitarian and Emergency architecture projects from Kigali to Calais.
1st October – 19.30 – 22.00 Venue – Turkish Baths, Friars Walk, Lewes, BN7 2LE (map)
Julian Belart is a French student architect working in the Calais Jungle, supported by ‘Lewes Action for Refugees‘, on emergency shelter and other projects in the encampment. He will be talking about his work in Calais for the first time in Lewes.
Nerea Eloyduy is co-founder of Kigali based Active Social Architecture, who has been working on health and education projects in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Europe with emphasis on community participation and post conflict environments. Eloyduy is currently developing a PhD at the Bartlett School of Architecture studying the influence of the built environment of long-term refugee camps in East Africa on young children’s development.
World on the Move is part of Make Lewes Festival 2016
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