Architecture IO presents first conference: ‘Rethinking how people move in cities’ at the Museum of London

On Friday, November 14, Architecture IO will gather leading architects, engineers, researchers, and thinkers who will present at the first Architecture IO conference, focusing on the theme, ‘Rethinking How People Move in Cities’ at the Museum of London.

The talks are at the intersection of architecture, engineering, urban design, and technology and will examine the trends, initiatives and challenges driving the development of transportation systems in modern cities and the way in which we navigate through them.

Keynote speakers include Bruno Moser, Associate Partner and Head of the Urban Design Group at Foster+Partners, Max Schwitalla, Founder of Studio Schwitalla, Susan Claris, transport planners and anthropologist at Arup, and Mikael Colville-Andersen, known as the Danish Bicycle Ambassador.

Architecture IO promotes innovative multidisciplinary projects, initiatives and ideas. Through a series of high-impact conferences and talks, it seeks to humanise architecture, promote interdisciplinary discussions and make knowledge accessible to everyone.

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