Architect Catalina Ionita speaking at CounterArchitecture event 24th March in London

Architect Catalina Ionita is speaking at the ‘Repurposing Places for Social and Environmental Resilience’ International Conference, held by CounterArchitecture.

The event is taking place on the 23rd and 24th March at Arup’s offices, 8 Fitzroy St, London W1T 4BJ. Catalina’s talk on the 24th will be a presentation of her PhD research work as part of Topic 3: New approaches to participation and mapping, in the context of architecture, arts, urbanism and social sciences.

This international conference bridges academia and practice, linking in-practice experience to academic knowledge and theory. It is often argued that environmental resilience = social resilience. This conference aims to investigate further the complex relationship between the two.

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Catalina Ionita (BArcg MArch RIBA)

Architect, 曼彻斯特

Catalina joined the Manchester studio in 2021 as an Architect supporting the Feasibility team. She brings a passion for successful placemaking to her work in the residential and mixed-use sectors.

She has experience working on a wide range of projects at all work stages, including large residential developments, masterplans, offices and listed buildings restorations.

Having completed her MArch degree in Architecture at Sheffield Hallam University in 2018, Catalina is now conducting PhD research there, with a focus on art-centred placemaking. In 2020, she made RIBA’s Rising Stars shortlist for her project work and her research on ethics and sustainability in architecture.

Areas of expertise:

Residential / Mixed-Use / Concept Design / Placemaking / Research

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