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Disobedient Buildings

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Are local authorities meeting the needs of diverse communities? Anna Ulrikke Andersen interviews researcher Tom Davies about socially driven building design in post-Second World War Oslo and the challenges inhabitants of those buildings face today. Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Tom Davies 04 May 2022
2 Have people lost their sense of civic duty? Gabriela Nicolescu interviews architecture lecturer Ilinca Păun-Constantinescu about the loss of community and the demise of civic duty in post-socialist Bucharest. Gabriela Nicolescu, Ilinca Păun-Constantinescu 04 May 2022
3 Will the State look after you? Inge daniels talks to Jacky Peacock from Advice to Renters on the housing challenges faced by vulnerable people in London. Inge Daniels, Jack Peacock 04 May 2022
4 Can participatory design reach ‘forgotten people’ in Oslo? Anna Ulrikke Andersen interviews the founders of MakersHub Oslo to discuss the value of participatory design in architectural practice. Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Jack Hughes, Else Abrahamsen 04 May 2022
5 Is ‘ghettoisation’ happening in Bucharest? Gabriela Nicolescu speaks with Ștefan Ghenciulescu about social housing, privatisation and the impact of the market economy on residents in Bucharest. Gabriela Nicolescu, Ștefan Ghenciulescu 04 May 2022
6 Is London the most unequal European City? Inge daniels interviews Geography Professor Danny Dorling to discuss the extent of social and economic inequality in London. Inge Daniels, Danny Dorling 04 May 2022
7 What is a Disobedient Building? The Disobedient Buildings team unpacks 'disobedience' and what the term means in the homes of their research participants in London, Bucharest and Oslo. Inge Daniels, Gabriela Nicolescu, Anna Ulrikke Andersen 04 May 2022