Street Space Superdiverse streets Symposium

Press/Media: Public Engagement Activities

Description

StreetSpace is a research and teaching project at Queen's University Belfast, led by Dr Agustina Martire, with the collaboration of scholars from architecture, planning, history, geography, sociology and sound. StreetSpace seeks to understand the significance of superdiverse streets, by analysing their physical, historical and experiential aspects. It explores streets that risk losing their distinctive identities, while seeking to understand and value their diversity and complexity. This multidisciplinary and international project aims to provide an alternative way of planning, preserving and developing streets.

On May 12, the Superdiverse Streets Symposium will explore a series of case studies in Belfast, Europe and beyond.  Keynote: Matthew Carmona, Professor of Planning and Urban Design at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL.

Period12 May 2017

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleStreetSpace
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date12/05/2017
    DescriptionOn May 12, the Superdiverse Streets Symposium will explore a series of case studies in Belfast, Europe and beyond. Keynote: Matthew Carmona, Professor of Planning and Urban Design at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL.
    URLwww.placeni.org/whats-on.html
    PersonsAgustina Martire

Seminar

TitleStreet Space Superdiverse Street symposium
LocationPLACE, Belfast, United Kingdom
Period12 May 2017 → 12 May 2017
Linkhttps://www.facebook.com/events/397429117279795

Keywords

  • Urban studies
  • Belfast
  • London
  • streets
  • cities for people