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Multi-Cultural
Ethnic diversity contributes significantly to Britain’s economic, social, and cultural development. Immigration is not only a London story, multi-cultural communities are now affecting New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Toronto to name a few. The emphasis has shifted from issues connected with new settlers, to focusing on the needs and contributions of local-born minorities. The current changes raise important questions about how cities are able to handle multiculturalism and prepare for this wider integration. Here, the architect’s role is to develop social-spatial proposals, configuring spaces through the appreciation of local communities and their cultures, informed legislation and local politics. Output: 3 Research Projects, 2 Book Chapters, and 5 Journals
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