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2022 Global Architecture Exchanges @ UIA Forum: Affordable housing – mismatch

The Global Architecture Exchanges are a unique online series of talks hosted in collaboration with other professional global institutes of architects, where we explore how architects are tackling universal challenges. Join us for our first hybrid session – GAE @ UIA Affordable Housing Activation Forum.

2022 Global Architecture Exchanges series: Affordable housing - mismatch

The International Union of Architects' Affordable Housing Activation (AHA) Forum, organised by the CSCAE (Consejo Superior de los Colegios de Arquitectos de España), will take place between the 18 and 20 of May in Madrid. We are delighted to be hosting, as part of the AHA Forum, our first hybrid session of the Global Architecture Exchanges (GAE), with the theme: Affordable housing – mismatch.

Join us on 19 May at 6:30pm CET (5:30pm BST), online or in-person, to explore the mismatch between needs and the production of adequate and affordable housing. Find out how challenges around the provision of affordable housing are dealt with in different parts of the world.

This session includes speakers from China, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Ireland, the UK, and Brazil.

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To attend the session in person in Madrid

This event will be recorded, and the recording will be available at a later date.

2022 Global Architecture Exchanges: People, Planet, Profession

Through a series of fast-paced presentations, we have been exploring various topics, through online sessions, since 2020. Find out how challenges are dealt with in different parts of the world.

These events are jointly hosted by the Royal Institute of British Architects; the American Institute of Architects; the Architectural Society of China; the Australian Institute of Architects; the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects; the Council of Architecture and Urbanism in Brazil; the Japan Institute of Architects; the Korean Institute of Architects; the New Zealand Institute of Architects; and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.

Please note, we may share your data with the participating institutes.

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