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RIAI Architects in Global Architecture Exchanges, 9 & 10 June
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Following on from last year’s successful series, the RIAI is delighted to partner once again with the RIBA and Architects’ Institutes around the world for this topical talks series. The series has brought architects around the world closer together debating topics that impact on communities around the world and where architects can provide solutions.
The 2021 series commences with Topic 1 - Climate Change/Sustainability – How do Architects Respond to the Climate Emergency? on 9 and 10 June and Chair of the RIAI Sustainability Taskforce Sarah O’Dwyer will present the RIAI’s new RIAI Guide: Sustainable Design Pathways.
Sarah is speaking in both sessions and the links to register are below.
Registration Topic 1 - Session 2, 10 June, 7am (Irish time)
This session includes speakers from the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand.
Sarah O’Dwyer BIO
Sarah O’Dwyer (BSc, BArch, MArchSc, MRIAI), Architect, lecturer and Programme Leader of the distance learning "Environmental Design of Buildings" MSc in Cardiff University.
Sarah is currently (2021) the Chair of the RIAI Sustainability Task Force and is a member of the ARB engagement panel. Sarah splits her work life between practice and academia; teaching and researching in sustainable design theory and practice. In her practice work at KHArchitects and the interdisciplinary practice PLACE+U she has worked on public housing, town masterplanning, cluster housing guidelines and age friendly neighbourhood schemes. Sarah’s practice work involves engaging in multi-strand public engagement processes to embed projects in their contexts. She is currently working with TUDublin on an Erasmus Plus funded project "Arch4Change" with four partner European universities; exploring ways to co-create an architectural climate emergency curriculum. Her current PhD research also explores methods for integrating sustainable design theory into architectural education.
Attending RIAI Architects in Global Architecture Exchanges
To record your participation in the RIAI Architects in Global Architecture Exchanges, on completion of the webinar download the Structured Webinar CPD Evidence Report and upload it to your MyRIAI CPD record as evidence of your participation.