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Walk- and Wheel-able Neighbourhoods

Ideas of ‘standardised bodies’ have long shaped our buildings, neighbourhoods and cities. What can we do as designers to move away from this exclusionary thinking? How can architects, landscape architects and other built environment professionals help create walkable and wheelable neighbourhoods? How does movement and access in and around buildings and cities intersect with climate justice? What do all of these ideas mean in rural and regional sites as well as urban and suburban locations?

Join Parlour and SAHANZ for Parlour LAB 15 to hear from Lisa Stafford and Annie Matan as they discuss walkable and wheel-able neighbourhoods with conveners Kali Marnane and Rebecca McLaughlan.

CPD: 1 formal point on completion of the CPD questions – a link to the questions will be sent after you book.

Once completed, you will receive an email from Google forms with your responses. Please keep this – it provides the evidence of attendance and completion. Please note, separate CPD certificates will not be issued. If you can’t find the email, remember to check your spam folder. 

See here for the overall learning objectives for the series.


Dates

Fri 19 Aug 2022, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM


Location

Online


Pricing

  • Parlour Collective – $11 (individuals and practices that have joined the Parlour Collective)
  • General – $25
  • Concession – $5.50 (anyone who needs it – students, those not working, part-timers etc)

Contact

Link https://parlour.org.au/events/parlour-lab/walk-and-wheel-able-neighbourhoods/



Created 11th August 2022

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