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Her Barking – an evening exploring women-centred urban design.

March 19, 2019 @ 18:30 - 20:30 GMT

Join us for a evening of presentations, questions and discussion on women-centred urban design, showcasing the work of Young Urbanist Phillippa Banister, 2018 Small Grant recipient. We will explore participatory, co-design processes and interventions that make cities more inclusive.


Alisha Fisher/Tanatswa Borerwe – Gender Equity In Cities

As social facilitators of change within the built environment, 3°09 is a multi-disciplinary collective working through digital migratory experiences both culturally + geographically. Alisha Morenike Fisher, Founding Director is passionate about how new technologies can highlight how we engage with space better. Tanatswa Borerwe, London Co-ordinator is passionate about Women of Colour being represented within the built environment and the endless possibilities of how art and architecture can be fused together in the public realm.

During London Design Festival, 3°09 initiated Gender Equity In Cities conference including week-long events featuring discussions from critics, urban planners, architects, activists, designers and tech entrepreneurs.

Conor Keappock – Towards a Queer Architecture
Conor graduated from the Mackintosh School of Architecture in 2018 where his thesis focused on the development of a new public space for Madrid, informed by the development of a queer architectural framework. His dissertation examined changes in LGBTQI+ nightlife within the city of Glasgow between 1996 – 2016. He currently works as an Urban Design Officer at the London Borough of Hackney.’
Conor will focus into LGBTQI space and how a ‘queer architecture’ could act as a catalyst for positive change within the city.

Will be followed by drinks and nibbles

Free for Young Urbanists members and AoU

£9 for non members




March 19, 2019
18:30 - 20:30 GMT
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The Gallery
70 Cowcross Street
London , EC1M 6EJ
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