Jiri Lev is a Czech-Australian architect working in the field of residential, public and disaster-relief architecture and associated research. He is also a heritage advisor and acts as expert witness in legal proceedings. Jiri advocates for sustainable, resilient and ethical architecture in his writing, lectures and workshops. He is the founder of ArchiCamp, a grassroots architecture festival focused on learning, networking and invited architectural intervention within disadvantaged or disaster-stricken rural communities, and the founder of Architects Assist, an initiative of over 600 architecture firms assisting those affected by the recent fires and other disasters.
Experience in BAL zones: Yes, through Architects Assist