Post COVID-19 — What’s next for higher education design?
Join us for an international online debate looking at the future design of higher education buildings and campuses. What are the global similarities and differences? How can we make estates work harder in the face of restricted budgets? What trends are emerging in each region, and how can estates adapt and change in the aftermath of COVID-19?
Hosted by Make Architects and the UK’s Higher Education Design Quality Forum to launch Make’s new Exchange publication.
Alex Lawlor, Executive Director, Estate Planning and Development, University of Melbourne
Siu Man Fung, Director of Campus Development, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
Julian Robinson, Director of Estates, London School of Economics
David Patterson, Education Design Lead Architect, Make Architects
Wednesday 2nd September
Hong Kong: 16:00
The debate will last 40 minutes, followed by a 20-minute Q&A.
For more information, please contact Sarah Worth at Make Architects: email@example.com
Exchange is a thought leadership platform that explores key issues affecting our urban environment. This edition is on higher education and will be available online soon.
The HEDQF is an independent organisation which exists to promote high quality design in university campuses, buildings and facilities, in the knowledge that this enhances teaching, learning, research and public engagement.
Jack Sallabank, founder of Future Places Studio, will be chairing.