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On-demand webinar: Education buildings 2021

A selection of award-winning education buildings presented by the architects who designed them, plus childhood expert and global advocate for children’s play and mobility, Tim Gill, present in this RIBAJ PiP webinar from 20 April 2021

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If you missed it, catch up with the video here. Presentations include:

Urban Playground: How child-friendly planning and design can save cities with Tim Gill, Design Council built environment expert and author of Urban Playground: How child-friendly planning and design can save cities

Case study: University of Leicester’s School of Business at Brookfield Campus with Sapna Shah, associate, Shepheard Epstein Hunter.

Case study: University of Cambridge Primary School with Julia Barfield, founding director, Marks Barfield Architects.

Hackney School of Food, MacEwen 2021 Award Winner, with Tom Surman, co-founder, Surman Weston.

See the delegate pack here [PDF]

Plus presentations from our sponsors Justin Lewis of Rockwool, Jonathan Lowy of VMZinc and Chris Roddick of Bauder

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