Architects in Australia are working to mitigate the devastating effects of bushfires on people and their properties, as this growing seasonal risk impacts our natural landscape.
In this episode of the Hearing Architecture podcast, we speak with Katharina Hendel, Kim Irons, and Ian Weir about designing in bushfire areas and what architects can do to provide support for communities before or after being affected by bushfires.
Produced by the Australian Institute of Architects Emerging Architects and Graduates Network (EmAGN), in collaboration with Open Creative Studio.
Written and directed by Daniel Moore.
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