Life Purpose Talk: Labours of Love with Suzanna Nour, Architect
Welcoming architect Suzanna Nour, the fifth of our speakers in the series on Life Purpose, Labours of Love, to illustrate that becoming consciously more aware of our life purpose brings meaning and greater fulfilment to our lives.
Suzanna explores that key issue of transcending utility through proportionality of living space for wellbeing. A building may provide the basic needs of shelter, but a work of architecture allows for the nobler potential in mankind to flourish.
One of the joys for Suzanna is breathing new life into old buildings and creating the backdrop space for living. Suzanna worked in the Protected content on the skyscrapers in the City of London and wonders how potentially these may now be reinvented post-Covid. She’s also very keen to find new ways of approaching affordable development applying that same principle of proportionality.
Suzanna: “ The Affordable Housing issue is a political topic and is my most important core value: Evolving accepted conventions. That same value also drove me to help my son overcome the limitations of a diagnosis of autism to become a confident and independent young man enjoying every aspect of life. To work towards change no matter how slow and painful that process might be"
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