Thomas Heatherwick, one of Britain's most innovative and influential designers, gave the NLA Annual Lecture 2015, focusing on designing spaces that encourage interaction between people.
Looking at projects including the Garden Bridge in London, the studio’s cornerless university building in Singapore, and the newly announced Maggie’s Centre Yorkshire, Thomas discussed how certain spaces can be designed to foster the opportunity for people to meet and engage. He was joined by Peter Murray for a broader discussion on his work and impact on London.
The event took place during the London Festival of Architecture 2015 and was a part of NLA's Public London programme, to examine the changing nature of London's public spaces.
View photos from the event via our flickr page here.
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Early Bird Ticket: £15 - Early Bird tickets are available until Friday 5 June, after which they'll go up to the standard ticket price.
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Concessions are available for students, please bring a copy of your student ID with you on the day.
Please note NLA membership discounts are not applicable for this event.