Knauf Clerkenwell Showroom
20 Baltic Street
Creating spaces where people want to live, work and play is vital to a sense of belonging, impacts health and wellbeing, productivity and the economic prospects of communities, towns and cities.
Growth in populations, increasingly diverse demographics, aging infrastructure and the changing climate pose complex challenges for the successful design of these spaces. New infrastructure projects such as King’s Cross, HS2, the Thames Tideway, station improvements and new tramlines each unlock areas for development in communities that need a heart.
This discussion explores the creation of successful public realm around infrastructure. Architectural, planning and development experts will address the design of and process for the delivery of public realm projects, touching on regeneration, placemaking, sustainability and adaptability.
The panellists are:
Holly Porter (Chair), Founding Director, Surface-to-Air
Kay Hughes, Founder, Khaa
Donald Roberts, Senior Landscape Architect, Assael Exteriors
Hari Phillips, Partner, Bell Phillips Architects
Ed Parham, Director, Space Syntax
Kate Hall, Design Director, HS2
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Architecture, information and inspiration from RIBA Journal, the UK’s largest-circulation architecture magazine, published for the Royal Institute of British Architects since 1893.