The Copenhagen Experience & ''Massive Small: the operating system for smart urbanism''

Friday 14 October 2011 - 12:30
Room 16.3 The Arts Tower, University of Sheffi eld, Western Bank, S10 2TN

Tina Saaby and Kelvin Campbell will explore ways of achieving change within cities.

Tina, who is city architect of Copenhagen, will talk about recent developments across Copenhagen, and the role of successful public realm in making a liveable and attractive city.

Kelvin, managing director of Urban Initiatives will explain concepts introduced in his recent publication, Massive Small: The operating system for smart urbanism,which outlines the processes and behaviours required to deliver urban projects in the current challenging climate, and explore fundamental questi ons relati ng to the changing role of the public sector.

A copy of MASSIVE SMALL is outlined on the Smart Urbanism website:

Event Organiser: University of Sheffield