A colloquium with the Architectural Uprising


Location: Walsh Family Hall

The built environment is meant to serve the people it houses, it is used to facilitate community within its structure. With the continuation of urban sprawl, the growth of the population, and the emergence of transportation technologies individuals grow farther apart. This colloquium features “The Architectural Uprising” group, a people’s movement against the continued uglification of cities around the world. Their mission is to combat the disregard of the individual within development projects and to promote the idea of human-centered design. Proctored by the University of Notre Dame’s Architecture Faculty, practitioners will encourage discussion with representatives of The Architectural Uprising around the world, and continue the conversation to promote their mission of creating beautiful architecture.

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