Listen to six ideas to improve in the design and development of public space and places at our online events on 23 and 30 September
The Developer is pleased to announce that six Radical Rethink proposals have been revealed across two online events on 23 and 30 September at 10am at a special Festival of Place Bytesize event supported by Vestre.
Attendees could register for free.
Radical Rethink 1 - Wednesday 23 September, 10am
Featuring Tina Muldowney with "Readjusting site boundaries" - a proposal for positive action beyond the red line; Jaffer Muljiani with "What if all ground floors were public space?" and Rosanna Vitiello with the "Carnival as a tool for rapid prototyping alternative futures for our public spaces"
Feedback panel includes Tara Gbolade, Gbolade Design Studio; Sue Morgan, Design Council, Natascha McIntyre-Hall, Portsmouth City Council, Jonny Anstead, TOWN and Adam Thorpe, Reclaim the Streets
Radical Rethink 2 - Wednesday 30 September, 10am
Featuring Rebecca McDonald-Balfour with "Putting landscape architecture, planning and environment on the national curriculum", Zoë Berman and Roland Karthaus with "Making front gardens into a public commons" and Christopher Arthey with "Gross Social Value: a new metric"
Feedback panel includes, Aminah Ricks, Future Planners; Pamela Smith, National Trust; Cat Drew, Design Council, Natascha McIntyre-Hall, Portsmouth City Council; Jonny Anstead, TOWN, Romy Rawlings, Vestre
Developed with landscape architect Will Sandy and supported by Vestre, Radical Rethink is a call out for radical thinking for public space from policy-makers, planners, designers, academics and thinkers – anyone with an idea pushing for new ways of working.