Re-scape colloquium: Urban Intensity

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CLUE+ is very pleased to invite you to a special Re-Scape colloquium at the Vrije Universiteit, with a keynote lecture on ‘Urban Intensity’ by Tim Stonor, Managing Director of strategic consultancy, Space Syntax Limited and Visiting Professor at the Bartlett, University College London.

‘Great urban places are not created by density; they’re created by intensity. … Density is a word used by planners. Intensity is a word that real people use, and perhaps because it describes the outcomes that people experience rather than the inputs that have gone into creating them.’ (Architectural Review, May 2018)

Together with Tim and experts we will be discussing architectural and urban practices, past and present, and how alternative planning and design strategies can improve the experience of urban intensity in the future.
This special colloquium is co-hosted by the international architectural firm of OZ Architects. Re-Scape colloquia are organized by the Center for Global Heritage and Development, a collaboration of Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam, together with CLUE+.