From space to place – recovering the personal
- Date: 14 February
6.00pm – 7.00pm
$10. Tickets may be bought at the door or from the Royal Society website.
Royal Society of New Zealand Lecture Theatre, Te Whare Apārangi, 11 Turnbull St, Thorndon
What makes a place? How is it imbued with personal and communal meaning? How do urbanisation and globalisation affect place and what might future places look and feel like?
Kevin Sweeney, formerly New Zealand Geospatial Custodian.
Bill Macnaught, National Librarian.
Stephen McDougall, Studio Pacific Architecture; recent projects include Wellington’s Meridian building and Kumutoto waterfront space.
Places are limited, so booking through the Royal Society website is recommended.
Please ensure you are seated by 5.55pm as latecomers will not be admitted.
Part of the Big Data / Changing Place discussion series, chaired by Kim Hill
A series exploring the nature and implications of big data and how it may serve as a tool in facing the challenges of the current era.
The discussion was recorded for broadcast on Radio New Zealand. Listen to "From space to place" now.