Placemaking Symposium - Streets Beyond : Beyond Streets

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Streets Beyond : Beyond Streets - The changing role and purpose of public space

Friday 11th November 2016, University of Dundee, Dalhousie Building 

This landmark collaborative learning event celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Academy of Urbanism, organised jointly with Architecture and Design Scotland and the University of Dundee, within the Scottish Government’s Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design. It focus on streets and public space, building upon the highly successful ‘Place Making’ symposium series previously run jointly by the University of Dundee, Academy of Urbanism, Architecture Design Scotland and other key partners.

Highlights

  • adapting streets and spaces to enhance the urban experience
  • understanding pedestrian & people movements patterns
  • transforming areas through re-thinking the physical, social and economic roles of streets and urban spaces
  • re-Inhabiting streets and central urban spaces
  • capturing intellectual ideas from different locations and spheres and use these to inform policy processes
  • bring in the voices of the ‘quadruple helix’ of stakeholders, as a resource/provocation for innovative rethinking

Full details here