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Can you design in a way to replace negatives with positives such that a building is a tool in the work of healing from trauma? This Meshwork webinar will examine this task, faced by Paul Bulkely, Snug Architects and Mike Worthington, previously Snug, now People Architects,

Hope Street is a pioneering project, the vision of the client, charity One Small Thing, was to create a trauma informed approach to support justice involved women, empowering them to have better lives and achieve positive outcomes for themselves, their children and society. Social sustainability was matched by environmental sustainability, with Hope Street meeting BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating.

Hope Street won the RIBA MacEwen Award in 2024. The Award celebrates architecture with a greater purpose, and recognizes projects that address the social, economic, and environmental issues of our time

How trauma informed design creates ‘Hope’

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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