Join us on Monday, April 6, to hear from Loukia Tsafoulia, author and professor of interior design and interior architecture. Tsafoulia will speak about her recent book, Transient Spaces, which discusses the impact of mass migration on cities.
Monday, April 6, 4-5 pm
LIS (Library Instruction Space), Gutman Library, East Falls Campus
Continuous flows of people leaving and arriving challenge architects, planners, and government officials to create infrastructural systems. The ideas discussed in Transient Spaces seek to leverage the potential of transience as a force of resilience and opportunity in the design and operation of cities.