On Monday 30 January 2017 a panel of lecturers and architects discussed the relationship between people, politics and the built environment. The panelists raised themes of public engagement, inclusivity and diversity in context to the built environment, drawing from historical, international examples such as Occupy Wall Street and Ghana's independence day. They also drew from current matters surrounding public connectivity to the built environment.
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- Adam Kaasa, director of Theatrum Mundi, LSE Cities
- Maria S. Giudici, lecturer at Royal College of Art and the Architectural Association
- Elsie Owusu OBE, principal of Elsie Owusu Architects
- Asif Khan, director of Asif Khan Ltd
A partnership between The Built Environment Trust and Museum of Architecture.