Henrietta Moore at 'Reimagine London' Conference

Published: Tuesday 24 February, 2015

The Greater London National Park committee invited Professor Henrietta Moore to speak at the 'Reimagine London'-conference in February 2016.

In her speech, Prof. Moore argues that intellectual thinking is in a renaissance phase. This thinking, she says, needs to be driven towards who we want to be and how we want to live in the future. This affects the designs of our streets as well as our economy.

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