Fri 4 May 2018, 8.30am–12.30pm
MA Architecture, Cities and Urbanism (Cass Cities ):
Mapping Methodology Workshop


The Wash Houses
The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design
London E1 7TP

Malt Street Alternative Proposal
MA Architecture and Urbanism and Cass Cities are working with the new initiative Public Practice to provide a civic economy and asset auditing/mapping workshop.

A series of short talks from Cass Cities researchers, Publica and CAG Consultants, followed by a methodology/research workshop - a great opportunity to find out what both Public Practice and MA Architecture and Urbanism at The Cass are all about, for existing and future Cass MA and MArch students, or future Public Practice associates.

Twelve places open to London Met students and members of the public. To participate, you need have achieved or be studying for an honours degree in interiors, design, architecture or related design-led discipline, or relevant professional qualifications/experience. Express your interest and we will contact you.

Public Practice and Cass Cities logos
Public Practice is placing a new generation of planners into local government to help shape places. It acts as a broker, matching outstanding candidates (associates) with Local Authorities in need of placemaking expertise. As a not-for-profit social enterprise, PP offers LAs a cost-effective model to build their long-term capacity. PP gives associates unique placed-based roles to deliver change on the ground, alongside industry-leading training and development.

Cass Cities is a research group and teaching unit at the Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University. Led by Dr Jane Clossick and Professor Mark Brearley, Cass cites students and staff use urban activism, mapping and design propositions to research and campaign about London planning issues.


Cass Cities 2016-17 Old Kent Road map

Cass Cities MA Architecture and Urbanism students' asset map of Old Kent Road, 2016-17