More and more people live in cities all over the world. Healthy living in cities is therefore paramount to increase the quality of living for an increasing number of people. It begins with the buildings in which we spent most of our time. How to create healthier buildings, offices, homes? How to make it easier to make the healthier choices? In this seminar, we’ll look at the interface between health, architectural sound buildings and urban planning.
Daisy Narayanan, Project Director, The City of Edinburgh Council
Stephen Willacy, Chief City Architect, City of Aarhus
Liselott Stenfeldt, Team Leader Interactive Spaces CPH, The Alexandra Institute
Ólöf Jonsdottir, Head of Public Affairs, Rockwool
Other seminars during the Liveable City conference:
Age Friendly Housing – Homes for young, old and families
Masterplanning and Urban Development – Putting people first
Low Carbon City – Next step for energy efficiency and heat supply
University campuses – A catalyst for growth in cities
RECEPTION: What is a good city for everyone?
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