Discovering Stories in Public Space,
Thursday 8th December 2016
18:00 - 20:00
Winchester City Museum / Register on Facebook
Alex Scott-Whitby & Cherng-Min Teong introduce the process behind designing public spaces, the actors who are involved and the unknown discoveries that emerge. Hear about their work in the public realm which includes the reconfiguring of 38 church spires in the City of London, instigating a city of play on the streets of Doha, Qatar and working with Winchester City Council to reclaim St Maurice’s Covert as an essential public space.
ScottWhitbystudio is an award winning architecture and urban design consultancy that operates within, on, and outside the boundaries of traditional practice. The studio works with a diverse array of clients; from public bodies to international property companies and cultural institutions, on commissions that vary in scale and typology.
17:00 Guided tour of St Maurice’s Covert Tower
Please note seating in the Museum is limited – anyone who would like to bring their own fold-up stool or chair is most welcome. Some refreshments will be served.
This is the final 10 days nights event for 2016 – we do hope you can join us.
This event has been supported by Hampshire Cultural Trust