Livable Cities for the 21st Century
The Danish architect and urban design consultant Jan Gehl tells the story about liveable cities for the 21st Century.
Throughout his career as an architect, Gehl has become more and more focused on what he calls the human dimension in urban planning and is fascinated by the borderland between sociology, psychology and architecture. In his new book Cities for people (2010) he describes why looking after people is crucial for the quality of cities in the 21st century.
Tuesday 12 March, 2013 at 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Registration is necessary
Free of charge.
Registration end date: 11 March 2013.
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Professor, Architect Jan Gehl
Founding Partner, Gehl Architects – Urban Quality Consultants
Most important publications:
Life between Buildings, first published in 1971
Public Spaces- Public Life (with Lars Gemzøe), 1996
New Urban Spaces (with Lars Gemzøe), 2001
Cities for People, 2010
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The Environment, Planning and Sustainability discipline at RMIT University promotes a community understanding of environment and urban planning. For more information see, rmit.edu.au/environmentplanning.