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Designing in safety and dignity in Australian refuges, with Samantha Donnelly

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In this week’s episode, we continue our exploration of transformational spaces by looking at an example of trauma informed design from further afield. Edwina speaks to Samantha Donnelly, an architect and lecturer at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Samantha is also a PHD Candidate, her thesis focusing on how trauma informed design can benefit the experiences of women, children and staff in domestic abuse refuges.

Edwina and Samantha discuss how trauma informed design, and buildings can impact the lives of people who are in vulnerable situations. Samantha shares more about some of the issues she has encountered as an architect in designing spaces for women in refuge, as well as the design solutions she has found to supporting women to feel safe in their surroundings.

Learn more about Samantha Donnelly’s work here: https://profiles.uts.edu.au/Samantha.Donnelly/about


Read more about the One Small Thing charity here.


Twitter - @OSTCharity


This podcast is created and produced by The London Podcast Company.



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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In this week’s episode, we continue our exploration of transformational spaces by looking at an example of trauma informed design from further afield. Edwina speaks to Samantha Donnelly, an architect and lecturer at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Samantha is also a PHD Candidate, her thesis focusing on how trauma informed design can benefit the experiences of women, children and staff in domestic abuse refuges.

Edwina and Samantha discuss how trauma informed design, and buildings can impact the lives of people who are in vulnerable situations. Samantha shares more about some of the issues she has encountered as an architect in designing spaces for women in refuge, as well as the design solutions she has found to supporting women to feel safe in their surroundings.

Learn more about Samantha Donnelly’s work here: https://profiles.uts.edu.au/Samantha.Donnelly/about


Read more about the One Small Thing charity here.


Twitter - @OSTCharity


This podcast is created and produced by The London Podcast Company.



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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124 episoder

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