Social Enterprise: London I 2011

The aim of the two day social enterprise seminar was to discuss and investigate the role of social enterprise in the context of alternative and ethically relevant forms of architecture practice. Social enterprise advisers gave presentations highlighting the basics of social enterprise as a business model, alongside architects with the aim of initiating conversations about the future of architecture practice and its need to become politically and socially relevant.

Speakers were:

Jonathan Essex (BioRegional)

Barbara Beaton (Rural Sussex)

Andreas Lang (public works)

Harriet Harriss (Oxford Brookes

Nigel Lowthrop (Hill Holt Wood)

Oliver Marlow + Dermot Egan (Studio Tilt)

Inderpaul Johar (00:/)

Anna Holder (Studio Polpo)

Colin Priest (Studio Columba)

Katy Beinhart

Ian Williams (Connectedness)


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Project Details

Skills : Challenging Practice, Resilience By Design

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