Associate professor Aziza Chaouni has recorded a free public lecture about her work restoring Sidi Harazem, a modernist bath complex in Morocco.
Chaouni's lecture, part of "Space, Health, and Care," an online lecture series co-hosted by her and Toma Berlanda, of the School of Architecture, Planning, and Geomatics at the University of Cape Town, is available on the APG UCT Vimeo channel, and is also embedded above. Chaouni will also be conducting a live online conversation about Sidi Harazem, beginning at 10 a.m. EST on Wednesday, June 3. The chat will stream on the the University of Cape Town's Bachelor of Architectural Studies Instagram, which can be found right here.
The Space, Health, and Care online lecture series will also include video lectures and live chats with the following other architects, all of whom will be speaking on topics related to the creation of new futures amidst a global pandemic:
- James Mitchell and Carolina Larrazábal (BuildX Studio, Nairobi)
- Baerbel Mueller ([applied] Foreign Affairs, Vienna)
- Christian Benimana (MASS Design Group, Kigali)
- Rachel Lee (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich)