This month, Adam Greenfield will speak on Another city is possible: Practices of the minimum viable utopia as part of the Brenda and Samuel Gewurz Lectures in Urban Design series hosted by the McGill School of Urban Planning.
The lecture will take place Friday, March 13 at 5pm at the MacDonald-Harrington Building, G-10.
This lecture is given in partnership with McGill’s Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas.
Adam Greenfield is a Senior Urban Fellow at LSE Cities, an international research centre at the London School of Economics, and the founding director of Urbanscale, a design consulting firm focused on relationships between information technology and the urban experience.
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