This NLA event powered by pechakucha sought to highlight key projects and it's London based practitioners to illustrate the impact of these interventions to discuss the successes of this movement as a new approach to poverty alleviation and sustainable development.
Public interest design is a human-centred design approach, the results of which are thoroughly developed through informed research and a participatory design process. As this movement is constantly evolving to meet human needs globally.
View photos from the event on our flickr page here.
Julia King, independent researcher (Chair)
Mona Sloane, Project Manager, Configuring Light/Staging the Social, LSE
Jo Ashbridge, Director, AzuKo
Tim Gledstone, Partner,Squire and Partners
Isis Nunez Ferrera, Associate, Architecture sans Frontieres
Rachel Sayers, Partner, FCB Studios/Richard Fielden Foundation
Paul Morrish, Chief Executive, LandAid
Greg Chandler, Mechanical Engineer, Arup
Elisa Engel, Trustee, Architecture for Humanity London
Grant Smith, Architectural Photographer, Article 25