One-Day Symposium: Creating better quality neighbourhoods, buildings and public spaces Print
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 07:58

Architecture Centre Network invites you to a one-day international symposium in London on Friday 19 March. FUTURESCAPE 2010 is bringing together key decision makers, practitioners and enablers in design and regeneration.

Plenary sessions will consider the role of regional, city and local leaders in improving design quality and spatial planning structures. Masterclasses with design professionals will encourage debate and discussion around design excellence, creative cities, community participation and built environment education.

The symposium will interest international and UK architecture and built environment centre professionals, planners, built environment professionals, funders and decision makers at national and regional level covering regeneration, architecture, design, art and built environment agendas.

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Speakers include:

· Ron Bogle, President & CEO of the American Architectural Foundation (invited)
· Liesbeth van der Pol, National Architect of the Netherlands
· Chris Murray, Director of Core Cities
· Keith Burge, Vice Chair of the Institute of Economic Development

With representatives from the Chicago Architecture Foundation, muf, Fluid, the Irish Architecture Foundation, BEAM, University of Liverpool, Maccreanor Lavington Architects, The Architecture Foundation, NAi and others.

Tickets for the day cost GBP 120.00. This includes entrance to the two morning plenary sessions, two masterclasses, lunch and refreshments.

For further information and to book your place please visit the symposium website:

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