Hosted by Theatrum Mundi
Museum of London, 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN
14 November 2017 from 7pm
Building on DSDHA's two year-long Cultural Infrastructure research project, with the London School of Architecture (LSA), and The CASS School of Architecture, David Hills and Molly Judge will present our vision at Theatrum Mundi's event this month.
Working collaboratively with our students from the LSA's Metabolic City Design Think Tank, DSDHA have addressed some of the issues raised by the Mayor’s Cultural Infrastructure strategy and devised MeSS (MEtabolic Spatial Strategies). This is a city-wide spatial strategy that operates between mobility and public space and that integrates cultural uses within new and existing transport networks, creating much needed spaces for informal cultural participation and production, at a time when these are under threat.
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