The Forum for Architecture, Culture and Spirituality presents the “Displacement and Architecture Symposium,” in partnership with the School of Architecture, University of Miami; the Coral Gables Museum; the AIA Miami; and The Aga Khan Award for Architecture.
The aim of this symposium is to promote a broad discussion amongst practitioners and scholars on the tangible and intangible dimensions and mitigations of displacement, addressing the physical as well as spiritual ramifications of natural disaster, forced migration or deportation.
Held at the Coral Gables Museum and University of Miami School of Architecture, the symposium will focus on resilient design mitigation strategies addressing our inner sense of spiritual and cultural permanence within the temporal realities that we now occupy and will occupy in the future.
Keynote lecture by globally recognized Berlin-based architect, Eike Roswag-Klinge,
Professor Berlin Technical University & Aga Khan Award Winner.
Lecture followed by a reception and curator-led tour
of the Coral Gables Museum’s exhibition, “Sheltering Survivors.”
Museum members: $20
General admission: $30