14 March 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Square London
Venice Takeaway 'Live ThinkTank' Debate
For Venice Takeaway, Darryl Chen argued that audacious neighbourhood planning such as that witnessed in areas of cities in China, can spur an entrepreneur-led economic growth.
Against the backdrop of failing high streets and dying neighbourhoods, is there a radical way of putting planning in the service of the economy?
Could Localism be the genuine mechanism for growth as we were once promised and what might radicalism look like?
Live ThinkTank debate lead by:
Finn Williams - Common Office
Wouter Vanstiphout - Crimson Architectural Historians
Levent Kerimol - Design for London
Adam Scott - FreeState
Paul Evans - UK Regeneration
Free of charge
None required - on first-come, first-served basis.
Other events in the series:
In collaboration with the British Council and the Architectural Association