Madison College Lecture Series: The Case for Humanitarian Architecture
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Madison College Lecture Series: The Case for Humanitarian Architecture

Madison College Lecture Series: The Case for Humanitarian Architecture

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Madison College, Truax Campus, Main Building, Room D1630B

1701 Wright St

Madison, WI 53704

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Event co-sponsored by AIA Southwest Wisconsin and Madison College Architecture Program

Presenter: AMRO SALLAM, AIA, NCARB
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ARCHITECTS FOR SOCIETY

Amro is an architect with over 20 years’ experience working with world class architecture firms. He champions socially responsible design and is the founder of Architects for Society (AFS). Amro is engaged in studying informal settlements and slum developments of his home city, Cairo, Egypt. He uses his background in fine arts to educate people about the ingenuity and unharnessed potential of these communities. His lecture will look at refugee settlements and low income housing, and he will discuss leveraging modern design technology and art to redirect public perception of these communities and benefit the economically disadvantaged.

Lunch will be provided.

For additional details contact Aaron Johnson, AIA

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Madison College, Truax Campus, Main Building, Room D1630B

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Madison, WI 53704

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