This Friday Presents

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This Friday Presents… lunchtime talks were organised by Architecture and Design Scotland with the purpose of supporting knowledge sharing within the built environment profession. The talks were supported with lottery funding through Creative Scotland.

Each talk was held in the A+DS Workshop at The Lighthouse. Each talk started at 1.10pm and lasted for 30mins allowing time for questions. Please find details of the This Friday Presents… Series Below:

001 Cities are for People
by David Sim
11 Oct 2013

002 Beyond silos: Teaching green design
by Hattie Hartman
01 Nov 2013

003 Poor Change, Loose Fit
by James Mitchell
08 Nov 2013

004 Urban Ecology in Public Spaces
by Ruth Olden
15 Nov 2013

005 The Ramp House
Thea McMillan
29 Nov 2013

006 Architecture 00:/ – A practice for change
by Indy Johar
06 Dec 2013

007 Reactivate!
The seventh event in the series was an evening talk held to coincide with the opening of the ‘Reactivate! Innovators of Dutch Architecture’ exhibition.
06 Dec 2013

Panel Discusion – Chaired by Karen Anderson Chair of A+DS with guests:

Indira van’t Klooster, Author of Reactivate!
Indy Johar, Co-Founder of Architecture 00:/
James Mitchell, Founding Director of Orkidstudio
Saskia Van Stein, Exhibition Curator

008 Subtropical Urbanism in Australia
by Adam Davies
13 Dec 2013

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