Lindsay Bremner

Lindsay Bremner

United Kingdom

Lindsay Bremner is a research architect and educator at the University of Westminster in London where she is Director of Research in the School of Architecture and Cities.

Her current work focuses on human-monsoonal entanglements in oceanic worlds. Between 2016 and 2021 she held European Research Council grant for Monsoon Assemblages, a project exploring three Bay of Bengal cities - Chennai, Dhaka and Yangon, as monsoonal assemblages being disrupted and transformed by globalisation and climate change. She holds a B.Arch from the University of Cape Town and an M.Arch and DSc.Arch from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Societal Aspects of Climate Change
Which global changes are needed to achieve the goals of the 2015 Paris climate agreement? How can policy stimulate these transitions in the most effective and efficient way, given the diversity of economic, political and cultural contexts of different countries around the world, and given the enormous global investments needed for these Paris goals?
Luc Sels EN

The intention is to gather scientific insights about major societal challenges in LIAS on the basis of international and interdisciplinary consultation.

Luc Sels

Rector KU Leuven and Co-Chair LIAS Foundation