Confronting [In]Formality Symposium

Video

Here you can find the full recording of the “Confronting [In]Formality” Symposium which was held on 11th Decemeber in Berlage Zalen (TU Delft). The recording contains all of the lectures and the discussions that took place at the event.

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Rohan Varma

Rohan

Rohan Varma graduated as an architect from KRVIA (University of Mumbai) in 2009. After working for two years at Charles Correa Associates in Mumbai, he was invited to teach for a year at the KRVIA in Mumbai. In 2011, he was awarded the JN Tata and KC Mahindra Scholarships to pursue higher studies abroad, subsequently graduating with honorable mention from the Delft University of technology (TU Delft) in 2013 with a Masters in Architecture. His final year thesis project Integrating Informality under the tutelage of Prof. Dick van Gameren was nominated for the Dutch Archiprix Award. Since graduating he is working as an architect at the Delft based Mecanoo Architecten, while simultaneously writing articles on affordable housing and informality in the Developing World along with professors from the TU Delft.

Diego Sepulveda

Diego

Dr. Diego Sepulveda is a designer and a regional planner. He is specialized in regional development with experiences on infrastructural development and socio spatial integration, with particular interest on the conditions for integration of the local levels on the metropolization processes. Lately his work is defined by the integration of the climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies in a developing economic context.

Position & organizations:

–       teacher and senior researcher, coordinator of the Complex city region Lab, department of Urbanism at Delft University of technology;

–       guest professor at amongst others Buenos Aires University, Vienna University, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile;

–       active researcher at the Randstad Centre for spatial planning in The Nederland, from where he has participate as consultant for diverse governmental and non governmental projects, In China, India and several cities in Latin-America;

–       diverse publication, his work have been part of several studies from academia to multilateral agencies (e.g. the world bank and the inter-American developing bank).