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IAF Summer School - Virtual Space Seminar
Virtual space has taken on a huge significance during this global pandemic and it presents both a challenging and opportunistic space in which to design, teach, learn and communicate architecture. How can we successfully navigate and best utilise this space to collaborate across online platforms, employ virtual reality and curate architecture online, as we adapt to a new reality?

Join the IAF and 3 expert international panellists on the topic of Virtual Space for this live online seminar.

Jul 9, 2020 06:00 PM in Dublin

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Lara Lesmes & Fredrik Hellberg (London, UK)
Lara Lesmes and Fredrik Hellberg are architects who create spaces, objects, and events in both physical and virtual space. They are co-directors of Space Popular, a multidisciplinary design and research practice Their current exhibition ‘Freestyle’ in RIBA, London was launched in February. Drawing on RIBA’s collections, they use virtual reality to examine architecture styles of the past, while considering technology’s impact on contemporary buildings and spaces.
Beatrice Gaililee (New York, U.S.A)
Beatrice Galilee is an architectural curator, critic and cultural consultant. She is founder and executive director of The World Around and previously, the first curator of contemporary architecture and design at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Heidi Segall Levy (Philadelphia, U.S.A.)
Heidi Segall Levy, AIA, SEED, is an architect and Director of Design Services at Community Design Collaborative, with a ‘Covid-19 Response – Design A.I.D. (Design Assistance in Demand) team currently in operation and collaborating virtually. She is driven by a commitment to equitable design and development in the built environment. Her focus is on ensuring that all communities, especially those that are underserved, have access to high quality design and are integral to the design process. Since joining the Collaborative in 2001, she has created and managed all of the social impact design programs, including core design grants, technical assistance services, and proactive design initiatives, including Infill Philadelphia.