Professor Flora Samuel wins RIBA President’s Award for Research
Professor Flora Samuel, CaCHE Place theme lead, has been awarded the RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2020 (Cities and Community).
She won the award jointly with Dr Eli Hatleskog for their research project “Mapping social value” based in the University of Reading.
Their research explored how practitioners working in the urban environment can, through the co-design of maps with communities, capture and share attributes of a place which typically remain undervalued or hidden. The work continues as a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Stantec, The Better Places Social Value Toolkit. https://www.stantec.com/uk/projects/b/better-places-social-value-toolkit
More details here: Eli Hatleskog and Flora Samuel’s investigation of social value shows benefits of collaboration | RIBAJ
Professor Flora Samuel is a Professor of Architecture in the Built Environment at the University of Reading, and a Co-Investigator at the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE), for which she leads the ‘Place’ theme.
Date: January 22, 2021 4:35 pm
Author(s): Edward Strudwick
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