Inside/Out: Future Architects Front
Inside/Out is a lecture series run by MA Interior Design students for fellow students at the RCA.
Future Architects Front is a grassroots organisation of architectural workers and students. FAF campaigns to end the exploitative practices that have come to define the world of architecture. We work both within and without existing institutions, we collaborate with unions and collectives, and we act as the loud abrasive voice of those at the bottom of the professional hierarchy.
Charlie Edmonds is a London-based designer and writer working across the fields of architecture, climate transition, and political economy. He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge where he co-founded Future Architects Front with Priti Mohandas. Charlie is a systems designer at CIVIC SQUARE in Birmingham where he works to demonstrate the potential of grassroots retrofit and a devolved urban climate transition.
Through FAF and CIVIC SQUARE, Charlie’s work seeks to establish emergent forms of anti-capitalist organising situated within the (re)production of the built environment.
Discover more about the RCA’s MA Interior Design: https://www.rca.ac.uk/study/programme-finder/interior-design-ma/