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A Future for Urban Design

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Abstract: This paper will examine how urban design might be defined, and how the current confusion of architectural and elemental approaches might be reformed as theorists develop the capacity to look directly at relationships between people and the city. Given that our relationships with built environments have a specific reality, the paper will explore how that reality might be understood in terms of configurations of urban space and fabric, and associated human functions relating to simple use, perception, and the conceptual responses through which we distil meaning.

Biography: Patrick Malone holds degrees in Architecture (Architectural Association), Urban Studies (University of Sussex) and a Ph.D. from the Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin. He has worked as an architect, and as an academic in Architecture and Urban Design. He was director of a masters course in Urban Design at the University of Manchester, and currently runs Arcitalia, a company dedicated to the renovation of old and abandoned buildings, and the generation of investment in towns and hill villages in the hinterland behind Imperia, Italy.

This talk is part of the Martin Centre Research Seminar Series - 41st Annual Series of Lunchtime Lectures series.

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