Flock participates of the IV SEMANAU (Week of Architecture and Urbanism), an extracurricular activity of the Architecture and Urbanism course of the University of São Paulo (USP) to promote integration, exchange of experiences, knowledge and skills among students, teachers and professionals.

In this year, SEMANAU discusses the topic “Projective Anomie: Contemporary Fragmentation and political act”. In the face of contemporary fragmentation there is a difficulty in positioning the people who work in architecture. How do the architect and urban planner project into a contemporary, fragmented space? How to design knowing your social responsibility? What is the role of the architect and urban planner in this time of fragmentation?

Léa Gejer will talk over some of these questions during her talk on Cradle to Cradle on 23/10, at 4.30 pm at SEMANAU. See the schedule of the event through SEMANAU’s Facebook (only in portuguese)