Citymaking Sessions Convention and The Thornton Lecture
27. 06. 2019 8:30 AM
Citymaking Sessions is a one day convention for everyone interested in architecture, planning and urban design.
Bringing together both professionals and the public through a programme of talks and debates, Citymaking Sessions will provide a platform for all those involved in the city making process.
Throughout the day, architects, industry professionals, academics, authors and cultural commentators will craft discussion around contemporary issues and fresh city-making perspectives.
Session will include:
Analogue perspectives on citymaking – from how fiction and storytelling are being used as design tools for regeneration projects to uncovering the truth behind the Crossrail delays in an interview with Nick Raynsford.
Digital perspectives on citymaking – from the way architects are using behavioural data to design new places to the growing impact social media has on the way we “rate” cities.
Produced by Open City with Arup
More information here: https://open-city.org.uk/public/citymaking-sessions/
Tickets are a £5 donation to Open City charity
Thu 27 June, 09:30 – 18:00Tickets >