Architecture in Crisis: Out of time | Out of Place By Salma Samar Damluji

Salma Samar Damluji discusses the urgent necessity for a new paradigm in architecture to achieve zero-carbon impact. Recounting her experience of working with Egyptian architect Hassan Fathy and thinking through the discursive knowledge of the 10th Century philosopher al-Farabi, Damluji makes the case for earth architecture as a living - but critically endangered - solution.

Originally commissioned and produced by the Prince Claus Fund for its 25th Anniversary Festival: 25 Years 25 Hours.