Ed presented a research paper last week at the Future of Places conference in Stockholm. The paper which explores the uneven production of public spaces in London is part of Ed’s PhD research at the London School of Economics, Cities Programme.
The Future of Places forum is arranged and financed by Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson foundation and has as collaborative partners UN Habitat and Project for Public Spaces. The overall purpose is to indicate the importance of public space and placemaking in city planning at Habitat III 2016. The means are three international conferences (2013, 2014 and 2015), national seminars, books and reports and an exhibition at Habitat III.