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Join The DisOrdinary Architecture Project for the launch of the ‘Many more parts than M!’ compendium. Exploring how to engage with built environment accessibility beyond conventional checklists, templates, design guidance and legal compliance, the compendium draws on a rich catalogue of alternative concepts, stories, artistic work and architectural details that can creatively and critically inform design thinking and practice.

The evening will include a panel discussion from key people involved in its development and pioneers changing the industry for the better, including Jos Boys, co-director of The DisOrdinary Architecture Project; Poppy Levison, designer, researcher and disability activist working across the creative industries; Samir Pandya, architect and Assistant Head of the School of Architecture & Cities, at the University of Westminster (London); Natasha Trotman, Equalities Designer, and Artist in residence at Somerset House (studio 48); and Jordan Whitewood-Neal architectural researcher, designer and educator.

Enjoy the opportunity to network and receive your free copy of the publication, included in the ticket price.

Event supported by the L.K.E. Ozolins Fund.

Many more parts than M! – Book launch at 66 Portland Place

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Event Type(s) Talks and Debates
Tickets / Admission £ 10
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