21 October 2015, 6 - 7.30pm
Is it possible to design places that everyone can use and thrive in, without excluding certain groups? What does it mean to be truly inclusive and what are the compromises we make to be able to share spaces successfully?
The first debate in Glass-House's 2015/16 Series, A Place for Everyone?, was held in partnership with The Academy of Urbanism and the Open University.
- Riccardo Marini, Director, Gehl Architects
- Catriona Macaulay, Head of User Research and Engagement, Scottish Government
- Sandra Sutton, Manager, Twechar Community Action
The debate was chaired by Glass-House Chief Executive, Sophia de Sousa.