The Independent's Architecture Critic Jay Merrick will chair a panel discussion on inclusive urbanism at the RIBA.
Supported by Belford Communications, the seminar, co-hosted by Plymouth University and Haringey Council, will take place on the 10th June between 17.00 and 20.00.
The discussion is based on research and case studies in Tottenham and Poland by students at Plymouth University and coincides with a book launch and a student exhibition.
The book, entitled 'Radical Inclusive Architecture and Urbanism', includes contributions from a range of academics.
The panel includes:
Anna Minton (University of East London)
Christina Norton (Fluid)
Benjamin Flowers (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Matthew Gandy (University College London)
Cllr Alan Strickland (Haringey Council)
Aidan Potter (Director, John McAslan + Partners)
Elizabeth Hopkirk (architecture critic, ‘Building Design’ Magazine)