Join us for this new three part season of talks exploring the ways in which domestic architectural plans give form to underlying power relations, with architect Charles Holland and in partnership with The Modern House. Each week Charles will be in conversation with an architect who has chosen a specific plan to explore. The series features Ahmed Belkhodja (FALA Atelier), Professor Lesley Lokko and Sumayya Vally (Counterspace).
Student tickets available for £4
19 November, 6pm
For this first talk, Charles Holland is joined by Ahmed Belkhodja (FALA atelier) to look at how the dynamic relationship between economics and housing has changed the way our homes are designed.
26 November, 6pm
For this second talk, Charles Holland is joined by Professor Lesley Lokko to look at the relationship of the domestic plan to issues of power, gender, race and social relations.
03 December, 5pm
For this last talk, Charles Holland is joined by Sumayya Vally (Counterspace) to discuss the role of the plan in the work of her practice, specifically the way that this intersects with issues of politics, gender and cultural distinctions.