Webinar: Designing for our Future Selves Together: Evolving Approaches for Inclusive Housing
Venue: Zoom Webinar
Start: 12:30 on Tuesday June 28
Finish: 13.30 on Tuesday June 28
The Centre for Excellence in Universal Design is hosting a webinar with architect Rodd Bond, who was the guest jury chair for the 2022 RIAI Universal Design Award.
Description: Architect Rodd Bond will present on his work regarding:
- the importance of the project brief for universal design and inclusivity
- evolving approaches in housing across the continuum of need, and
- the inter-relationship between environmental quality and service culture in delivering sustainable housing solutions.
This webinar is offered free of charge. Irish sign language interpretation and real-time captioning will be available at this event.
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Rodd Bond MRIAI
From 2006 to 2019, Rodd was programme director of the Netwell Centre, within the School of Health and Science at Dundalk Institute of Technology in Ireland. Rodd graduated in architecture from Oxford Brookes University in 1982 launching a career that has spanned hospital master planning and design (CRI Ltd, USA), spatial resource management (founder of FMW Ltd, Ireland) and ageing-and-place research and innovation (Netwell). Rodd’s core interest is understanding the interrelationship between environmental structure and peoples’ health and wellbeing. Rodd was very involved in the WHO’s age-friendly cities movement from its inception, and is committed to improving peoples’ quality of life through place-making, service improvement and social innovation. Rodd supported the European Commission and its partners in the development of the first Action Plan for Innovations in Age-Friendly Buildings, Cities and Environments, within the European Innovation Partnership on Active & Healthy Ageing. Since 2019, Rodd has been working independently across architectural research, policy and practice, with a focus on inclusivity and inter-generational solidarity.