Revealing how design can shape the lives of urban citizens as they develop and flourish in the future creative city, this presentation contextualises the evolution of learning, working and living typologies alongside broader urban opportunities – driven by the demands for life-long and life-wide learning and the imperative for increased fluidity in what were once distinct places of school, university, work and home .
Andrew Cortese, Managing Partner, Grimshaw
Stephen Todd, Design Editor, Australian Financial Review
Abbie Galvin, NSW Government Architect
Clare Newton, Associate Professor in Learning Environments, University of Melbourne
Seamus O’Hanlon, Associate Professor of History, Monash University
Dr. Paul Toyne, Global Practice Leader, Sustainability, Grimshaw