Visions, Strategies & Masterplans
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VICKY WäGNER PARTICIPATES IN SOM’S PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC SPACE
Vicky Wagner was joined by Urban Land Institute’s Elizabeth Rapoport, New York City-based artist Sean Vegezzi, and SOM’s Daniel Ringelstein in a panel discussion moderated by Guardian Cities’ editor Chris Michael. Hosted by SOM, an architecture and urban planning firm, at the London Review Bookshop, the panelists discussed the varying levels of access that define public space in cities and also added nuance to the understanding of privately versus publically-owned space. Vicky argued for the importance of custodianship in ensuring the longevity of places and discussed how Publica’s evidence-based methodology informs the way that we come to know different scales of space.
LUCY MUSGRAVE SPEAKS AT CITY ARCHITECTURE FORUM
On Tuesday evening, Lucy Musgrave gave an engaging presentation as a part of the City Architecture Forum’s panel on “Why Culture and Art Matters in the City’s Urban Environment.” She was joined by City of London Member Michael Cassidy, CEO and Founder of Future City Mark Davy, and Partner at Roger Stirk + Harbor Partners Stephen Barrett in a panel moderated by New London Architecture’s Peter Murray.
ANNA MANSFIELD ON MONOCLE RADIO
Publica’s Director of Strategy and Research, Anna Mansfield, was one of four experts interviewed on the Monocle 24’s The Urbanist podcast about the recent spike of crime in London and to discuss if there is an urban solution. In an interview with presenter Andrew Tuck, and joined by guests Rory Geoghegan, Livvy Haydock and Richard Sennett, Anna discussed how urban crime disproportionally affects young people, the need to ensure that our investments in urban change benefit everyone, and the importance of funding key social services as a primary means of mitigating against crime.
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LUCY MUSGRAVE SPEAKS AT SOUTH BANK – INVESTMENT, GOVERNANCE AND NEIGHBOURHOOD MANAGEMENT
Lucy Musgrave contributed to a discussion on the South Bank’s public realm investment needs, as part of a morning panel held at the Southbank Centre on 17 July 2018. The discussion, which was led by Professor Tony Travers, Director of LSE London and Chair of London Finance Commission, addressed aspects of capital investment, ongoing management and maintenance, and requirements around reinvestment.
PUBLICA IS SELECTED FOR THREE OF THE MAYOR OF LONDON'S ADUP2 PANELS
Publica has been selected for the Public Realm and Landscape, Urban Strategies, Spatial Policy and Research, and Cultural Strategy and Public Art categories.
LUCY MUSGRAVE APPOINTED TO NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE COMMISSION DESIGN PANEL
We are delighted to announce that our Director, Lucy Musgrave has been appointed to sit on a newly appointed design panel for National Infrastructure Commission.
LUCY MUSGRAVE HAS BEEN APPOINTED TO SIT ON THE MAYOR OF LONDON’S NIGHT TIME COMMISSION
The Night Time Commission has been appointed to assist in the realisation of the Mayor’s Vision for London as a 24-Hour City which sets out the Mayor’s plan to turn London into a leading 24-hour global city.
LUCY MUSGRAVE APPOINTED TO THE BOARD OF PUBLIC PRACTICE
Lucy Musgrave is delighted to sit on the board of the new social enterprise, Public Practice.
“Public Practice is placing a new generation of planners within local government to shape places for the public good. It will build the public sector’s capacity to deliver homes and growth, make better places, and share skills and knowledge across authorities.”
2017 SEOUL BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM CITIES EXHIBITION
Publica, in collaboration with The Store Studios, 180 The Strand, has produced and curated an exhibition on the creative industries in London for the inaugural Seoul Biennale for Architecture and Urbanism.
LUCY MUSGRAVE HAS BEEN APPOINTED AS A MAYOR’S DESIGN ADVOCATE
Lucy is honoured to be selected alongside an exceptional group of distinguished professionals and design leaders to help support this exciting and much-needed programme over the coming months and years. The Good Growth by Design programme is focused on enhancing the design of buildings and neighbourhoods for all Londoners and ensuring that development across London is ‘high-quality, inclusive and sustainable.’