Inclusion Emergency: Diversity in Architecture

Inclusion Emergency: Diversity in Architecture

Hannah Durham and Grace Choi
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Architecture is at a tipping point. Voices of the under-recognised are increasing in volume and are agitating for change. If we don’t collectively listen, re-adjust and change our outlook, we risk limiting the relevance of our profession in today’s society and, ultimately, the places we create.

Capturing insight from leading voices in the profession, this book encourages understanding and reflection. It addresses critical questions, providing steps towards meaningful change. It will help those who are under-recognised to find the role models, community and tools to feel confident, supported and valued.

It will also help those intimidated by change to understand why it’s so important and provoke constructive action. The topics and experiences provide a rich foundation for building an inclusive future that truly represents the diverse population we serve. This is a call for change.

Features contributions from Amy Francis-Smith, Ben Stephens, Charlie Edmonds, Clare Nash, Danni Jennifer Lewin Kerr, Darren Bray, Hannah Day, Dr Igea Troiani, Indujah Srikaran, Lanré Gboladé, Martha Summers, Mary Holmes, Nadir Mahmood, Maryam Al-Irhayim, Nick Walker, Rob Hyde, Ryder Architecture, Dr Saiyyidah Zaidi, Sarah Ackland, Savannah Williams, Dr Stephen Parnell, Sumita Singha, Tim Bailey and Tobi Sobowale.



Authors: Hannah Durham and Grace Choi

Publisher: RIBA Publishing

Format: Paperback

Pages: 256

ISBN: 9781915722126

Publication Date: June 2024