Organiser: Kare Gade, Royal Danish Embassy
Location: Benzie Lecture Theatre, Manchester School of Art, M15 6BR
1.30pm: Registration and refreshments
2.00 – 4.30pm: Seminar
Chair: Dr John Hindley, Head of the Environmental Strategy for Manchester Metropolitan University
Helle Frost, Partner, Juul & Frost Architects
Ruairidh Jackson, Senior Project Director, Argent
A holistic, future-proof and sustainable campus improves the dialogue between the university, the city and its businesses. By inviting business world in, the modern campus can become the missing link between academia and enterprises – an urban hub for innovation and growth.
Part of The Liveable City – A Danish-British Dialogue in Manchester – a celebration of architecture and urban planning. In partnership with the Manchester School of Architecture and RIBA North West, the Danish Embassy invites businesses, politicians, professionals and the general public to take part in a number of seminars focusing on different aspects of liveability.
Full programme: http://bit.ly/1GfkZ72
The Liveable City is organised by The Royal Danish Embassy in London, Manchester School of Architecture and RIBA North West