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Do smart cities equal smart design?

Join us to discuss data and design at AluK Design Studio in London on 6th October

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Following on from RIBAJ's and AluK's fourth and final roundtable on 'Do Smart Cities equal Smart Design?' AluK will be hosting a free-to-attend evening panel discussion to continue the conversation. 

  • What do we mean by Smart City?
  • To what extent do architects now use newly available data?
  • What is the role of government in the use of data?
  • Does new technology and data fundamentally change the way architects design?
  • What is the potential for design and build?

Panellists include

  • James Santer, Associate Director, AHMM (chair)
  • Lola Fernandez-Redondo, Head of Integrated Planning and Built Environment, Digital Greenwich, Borough of Greenwich
  • Pierre Wassenaar, Director, Head of Technology and Innovation, Stride Treglown
  • Nigel Headford, Divisional Head, AluK

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