Timothy Duin (Urban Planner) and Samuel Williams (Landscape Architect) from Arup will give a workshop based on their publication Cities Alive: Designing for Urban Childhoods.
It proposes a child‐friendly approach to urban planning, helping us to build successful cities that work for everyone. Creating urban environments that offer streets, spaces and nature – for all ages, abilities and backgrounds to enjoy together – can make a vital contribution to our collective wellbeing. With children projected to make up the majority of the world’s urban population by 2030, the quality of life experienced in our cities will in many ways determine our global future.
Attend the Urban Childhoods Workshop, taking place on Friday 29 June 2018.