Do modern cities repel human interaction?

Life in a mega city is both enchanting and problematic. Danish architect and Professor Jan Gehl documents how modern cities repel human interaction. In The Human Scale he argues that we can build cities in a way that takes the human need for inclusion and intimacy into account.

Followed by a post-show discussion with teaching fellow Toby Lewis from the department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and Marion Milne, Bath-based Emmy-nominated Director and film maker.

Tickets: £8.75, £6.50 concs

Event kindly supported by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Information about accompanying exhibition Parallel (of Life and) Architecture

An excellent case for designing cities around people