29 September 2016

See Hobart with fresh eyes - 8 October

Better Hobart will be hosting another free Urban Walk on Saturday 8 October.  They say:

This will be a repeat of our highly successful first walk, on which Dale Campisi (The Gents Guide) and Nick Booth (NBD-Space) dared us to look at the CBD afresh, opening our eyes to some truly inspiring ideas for urban renewal in Hobart.

Their route will take us via some of the recent urban planning outcomes in the CBD, including upgrades on Liverpool Street, Mathers Lane, Collins Place and Franklin Square. View the map here.

The walk will conclude with a free screening of The Human Scale, a documentary inspired by the human-centred design practices of the Danish architect Jan Gehl.  Check out the preview below.

If you're anything like us - passionate about creating a more liveable, sustainable and people-friendly Hobart - then do not miss it!

The tour will depart Core Collective Architects on Argyle St at 3:00pm on Saturday 8 October, with around 1 hour of total walking-time scheduled.

Register now at our Facebook event. Please note that spaces are limited.

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