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The Glass-House workshop at LFA 2012

Posted on 6 June 2012

Written by:

Louise Dredge

We’re very excited to be hosting an event as part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture (23 June – 8 July 2012) which will bring architects and communities together to examine how we can make London a better place.

The theme of the festival this year is ‘The Playful City’ in response to the hosting by London of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Glass-House will present the ‘Playing Perspectives’ workshop on Monday 25 June from 2-5pm to explore how engaging people in designing buildings, spaces or indeed whole neighbourhoods can lead to more playful, creative solutions and more delightful and sustainable places.

We believe that playful cities are those that allow all those who move through them to engage with their city’s delights, nuances and quirks. This hands-on workshop will actively involve all participants in thinking creatively about place and exploring the playful side of participatory design.

You can sign up for this free event via the LFA website