New London Architecture

Climate-proofing design: projects and concepts PechaKucha


Wednesday 17 November 2021
18:00 - 20:00

Join us at Coal Drops Yard for a PechaKucha evening and hear about projects that demonstrate effective approaches to climate resilience.

NLA’s report Resilient London: confronting climate change highlights the urgency to prioritise climate resilience and make sure that what we build today is fit-for-purpose and can adapt well to future climates.  
From nature-based solutions to retrofits, from masterplans to strategies, how can we embed climate adaption into city design?
This PechaKucha will present a selection of schemes that are putting climate adaptation and the Net Zero agenda at the forefront of design.

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Speaker biographies

Barbara Chesi

Head of Research & Policy, NLA

Dee Voaden

Associate, Heyne Tillett Steel

Justin Laskin

Associate Partner, Pollard Thomas Edwards

Phil Askew

Director Landscape & Placemaking, Peabody

Samantha Dean

Senior Associate, Weston Williamson+Partners

Jullieth Favarato

International, Project Consultant, WICONA

Lilian Martins

Associate Sustainability consultant, Hoare Lea

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