Date: Thursday 13 April 2023
Time: 18:00 - 20:00
Location: Architecture and Design Scotland, 9 Bakehouse Close,146 Canongate, Edinburgh EH8 8DD
What do our landscapes tell us about how we understand places and communities?
Join us to dig a little deeper into this topic. Using the themes of nature, mobility and place-making we will explore how to be more in tune with our local environments and create stronger relationships between landscapes, people and places.
Stick around for a drink and a chat after we hear from our speakers:
Andy Summers of The Architecture Fringe, Alyesha Choudhury, and Kristina Enberg, who along with fellow co-curators from -ism magazine and /other are representing Scotland this year at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia
Daisy Narayanan, Mobility and Placemaking Senior Manager, City of Edinburgh Council
Sensing Place is free to attend for members of the AoU. Non-Members are welcome for a ticket cost of £5.
Tickets for this event are limited so please get in touch if you can no longer attend, and we can offer your place to someone else.