Fit London Pecha Kucha

Thursday 24 July 2014

18:30 - 20:30 (Registration from 18:00)

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

Store Street Sports Day © Agnese Sanvito

How can design and planning make London a better place for health and wellbeing?

This NLA Pecha Kucha session will look at innovative ideas from some of London’s most dynamic and exciting practices to promote health and wellbeing in the capital through interventions in the built environment.

This event coincides with NLA's major outdoor exhibition ‘FitLondon’, on show from 28 June to 25 July. FitLondon celebrates design solutions to public health challenges and provides a platform for innovation in design around the world, with particular focus on London projects. It presents projects that exemplify architectural means, policy-driven and grassroots action, conceptual frameworks, and simple improvements which contribute to a healthier lifestyle for individuals and communities.  

Join us for a lively evening of quick-fire presentations on this key topic for London.

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James Conway, Landscape Architect, Arup

Lydia Dutton, Sustainability Project Manager,Argent 

Ben Ferguson, Assistant Landscape Architect, Water & Environment, Atkins

Hannah Gibbs, London Development Manager, Living Streets

Barbara Kaucky, Director, erect architecture

Lisa Woo, Cabe Advisor, Design Council 

Jessie Mangold Chair), Account Manager,London Communication Agency

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FitLondon Builds Upon the Global Conversation on Active Design

Our Programme Coordinator, Lucie Murray has written an article on FitLondon for the Centre for Active Design which you can read it here and also an article for AIA National's newsletter which you can find here.


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