A series of short, provocative talks from architects, urbanists, activists and activists at Hawkins Brown, followed by drinks, snacks and networking. Aiming to bring together thinkers and do-ers who care about the future of UK high streets, particularly in London, where high street fabric is rapidly being eroded by housing development. Jane Clossick and Mark Brearley from research group and design unit Cass Cities at London Met, who run the activism-focussed MA Architecture and Urbanism host this lively evening. Free tickets, but registration essential.
In their talk, Professor Mark Brearly and Dr Jane Clossick from Cass Cities, the research group and postgraduate design unit that hosts MA Architecture and Urbanism students, will talk about how to use activist urbanism to make high streets better.
Join us for a lively evening at Hawkins Brown, followed by refreshments, snacks and networking chats.