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Meet the Resident: Chris Green

Meet the Residents is an opportunity to receive a free talk from one of the residents on the theme of their work for their residency. For this talk, Chris Green will discuss Aerial Futures with digital designer Dan Hill.

What is the future of senseable cities and how will our landscapes be altered through drone technology? For Designers in Residence, Chris Green’s Aerial Futures Project has attempted to offer a vision of how design affects these questions and what the future might look like.

For this event, Chris will reveal the background behind the project and discuss his inspiration with two award winning designers who are pivotal to the future of London.

The talk will last no longer than an hour and there will be an opportunity to hear from Chris directly after the event.

Due to unexpected circumstances, Finn Williams will now no longer be able to attend this event.

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Entry is free with a ticket to the museum.

more about the speakers

Chris Green

An architectural designer whose work forges new relationships between people, technology and the city. After graduating in Architecture from the Royal College of Art and receiving the New London Architecture prize, Chris spent two years as a Research Fellow at MIT Senseable City Lab.

Dan Hill

Dan Hill is a digital designer and head of Arup digital studio. He is an urbanist and has held previous leadership positions have included Future Cities Catapult, Fabrica, the Finnish innovation fund SITRA, Monocle, and BBC iPlayer, each one transformed positively via digital technology and a holistic approach to design.

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