Launch of ‘The Social Re-Production of Architecture’

Thu 1 March 2018

Central St Martins,
Granary Building,
1 Granary Sq,

Company Drinks is included as one of the case studies in a new book ‘The Social Re-Production of Architecture’ - we'll be attending the launch and serving up our drinks after the talks

RSVP: The event is free no RSVP is needed, however seats can be reserved via eventbrite, doors open at 6.15PM

The Social (Re)Production of Architecture brings the debates of the ‘right to the city’ into today’s context of ecological, economic and social crises. Building on the 1970s’ discussions about the ‘production of space’, which French sociologist Henri Lefebvre considered a civic right, the authors question who has the right to make space, and explore the kinds of relations that are produced in the process. In the emerging post-capitalist era, this book addresses urgent social and ecological imperatives for change and opens up questions around architecture’s engagement with new forms of organization and practice. The book asks what (new) kinds of ‘social’ can architecture (re)produce, and what kinds of politics, values and actions are needed.

The symposium will see a series of positioning statements by some of the authors reflecting on their contributions to book followed by an open discussion.

More info here.