Bite-sized breakfast talks: Healthy Cities
FREE talk: Tuesday 18 October, 8:15 - 09:15 at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA
How can we create places and buildings that promote the health and well-being of all citizens? What is the role of architecture and urban design? Join us for illuminating bite-sized breakfast presentations by leading thinkers and practitioners, followed by panel and audience discussion. Refreshments served.
Elena Marco, Head of Department of Architecture & the Built Environment at UWE. Elena will introduce her research and practice experience on what is a healthy place and why they are important. She will link this experience with the need to educate the next generation of built environment professionals on how health is a real driver for sustainable design.
Sarah Burgess, is a Senior Lecturer/Researcher in Health & Planning at UWE. Sarah will introduce her current research into how small-scale, incremental developments can contribute to achieving healthy urban environments.
This event is part of Healthy City Week (15-22 October 2016)