Housing & the Public Realm

20
May
2008
 
XX
XX
AM

Half day conference

Well designed streets and public spaces make dense, populated areas attractive, enjoyable and efficient. What is our approach to the public realm? What effect will it have on where we want to live? How can we create places that improve people's lives and provide safe, clean environments that have their own distinctive character?

Gain insight to

  • London Open City – Design for London’s blueprint for a better public realm
  • Exemplar public realm projects through case studies
  • Lessons from other cities
  • How well designed public realm can enhance your development

Speakers include

Joost Beunderman, Reseacher, Demos
Peter Bishop, Director, Design for London
Sir Terry Farrell, Principal, Terry Farrell & Partners
Liza Fior, Partner, MUF
Alex Lifschutz, Director, Lifschutz Davidson
Sandilands William Mann, Director, Witherford Watson Mann
Lucy Musgrave, Director, General Public Agency
David Ubaka, Assistant Director, Design for London
Andrew Taylor, Partner, Patel Taylor

This half day conference costs £129+vat (£99+vat NLA supporter rate) and includes a delegate pack, downloadable copies of speaker presentations, breakfast, refreshments and is followed by a drinks reception.

This conference is part of the Des Res: London’s Housing Challenge conference series. Discounts are available for block bookings

To Book or for further information please visit http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/desres/conferences.php