Next Event: Wednesday March 3 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

DisOrdinary Architecture: A Virtual Lecture by Dr. Jos Boys

Jos Boys works at The Bartlett at University College London, UK. Originally trained in architecture, she was co-founder of Matrix feminist architecture and research collective in the 1980s and one of the authors of Making Space: Women and the Man-made Environment (Pluto 1984). Since that time, she has worked as a journalist, researcher, consultant, educator and photographer; and has published several books and research articles. Most recently she co-founded The DisOrdinary Architecture Project, bringing disabled artists into architectural and design education and practice to critically and creatively re-think access and inclusion.

This lecture is part of a series organized by the faculty of the interior design/interior architecture program in The Design School at ASU. Each lecture will be presented online via Zoom webinar and is open to students, faculty and the general public.

Headshot of Dr. Jos Boys

Online

Register to attend free via Zoom Webinar

For More Information Contact:

Ray Cabrera
The Design School
raymundo.cabrera@asu.edu
http://design.asu.edu