This Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia walk, led by Landscape Architect and University lecturer, Tim Waterman looks at how the urban landscape has evolved to provide cues to human behaviour to improve (or curtail) our freedoms in the city and to facilitate (or hinder) the construction of civil society and the public realm. From signage to segregation, to rules and manners, what are the limits to how much urban landscapes can empower us, and where must our individual responsibilities be understood and employed? What does this mean to designers and to policy makers?
The walk will take place twice on:
Thursday 8 June, 6:30pm - 8.30pm
Thursday 25 June, 6:30pm - 8.30pm
Cost: £8.82 for or for students from £5.75
This event is organised by the Landscape Institute. For more information or to book click here.