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14. People, place and nature – Part 1


How can landscape evolve to meet the needs of our changing world? In a city of fractured communities, are we designing spaces that are more divisive than inclusive? This panel will look at how best to continue connecting people, place and nature. This session will be moderated by Romy Rawlings, UK Business Development Manager at Vestre.

Romy Rawlings

Romy Rawlings is a Chartered Landscape Architect and UK Business Development Manager for Vestre, a Norwegian manufacturer of street furniture. Romy’s 25- year career has been based in the landscape sector, and she is passionate about the impact of good design upon those using outdoor space, believing that landscape architects are well placed to counter many of today’s global issues. Romy is Honorary Secretary for the Landscape Institute and Chair of their Diversity & Inclusion working group.

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