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.

This event is hosted by Architecture & Design Scotland and sponsored by Iglu Studio

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