In collaboration with the local branches of New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) and Engineering New Zealand's Transportation Group, PechaKucha Night Christchurch is excited to be part of Festival of Architecture 2018 in Christchurch themed Circulating Our City. This is an informal conversation focused on discussing opportunities in our unique urban context, critique current accessibility solutions, and a forum to demonstrate the role of architecture and design in improving the quality of life in our city.
This special event is held on Monday 17 September at Warren and Mahoney offices featuring a variety of speakers across industries, including urban and transport planners, architects, traffic engineers, designers and the next generation of thought leaders.
This is a free event, however registration is required. Please include your NZRAB number to collect CPD points.
WHEN: Monday 17 September (7pm door opens, 7:30pm event start)
WHERE: Warren and Mahoney office, 254 Montreal Street.
Sponsors: NZIA Canterbury Branch, Warren and Mahoney, Engineering New Zealand's Transportation Group Canterbury/West Coast Branch.
Joseph Hampton // Architect // Circulating our City “Macro to Micro”
Greer O'Donnell // Urban Strategist, Entrepreneur and Director // on Integrative Design in our Built Environment
Dr Glen Koorey // Transport Planner & Researcher // The Future of Transport will be MaaS-ive...
Charlotte Bebbington // The Bike Lady at Action Bicycle Club // Breaking the rules
Ryan Cooney // Operations Manager Future Transport - NZTA // To AV or not to AV: that is the question
Rob Henderson // Project Manager - Christchurch Bike Share Pilot // Is public transport planning just for bureaucrats and consultants, or is there space for true community involvement?
Kirsten Corson // General Manager - Yoogo Share // Yoogo as an example of moving towards shared mobility in cities
Nicholas Sewell // Architect, Grease Monkey, Style Guru // Fun and Cool: the R.A.D Style Guide
Simon Kingham // Professor and Chief Science Advisor // Imagining our transport future