Does hosting the Olympic Games really make London a playful city? While it might provide a temporary platform, what is the everday reality? How does London measure up to other global cities? Or even other parts of the UK? What about Londoners? Are we becoming all work and no play? We'll be debating the the key issues.
Chair: Daisy Froud - Co-founder, AOC
Peter Murray - Chairman of New London Architecture and director of the LFA,
Liza Fior - Partner at Muf Architecture / Art
and Peter Fleming - Professor of Work and Organisation at Queen Mary College and co-author of recent Zero Books publication 'Dead Man Working'.
This event forms part of the RIBA Last Tuesdays programme, where the institute will be open until 10pm with a whole host of public events including access to the restaurant, bookshop and library.
Join us for a drink from 6.30pm for a 7pm start. To book email: Buildingfutures@riba.org
Hosted by Building Futures for LFA2012 as part of 'Last Tuesday June' at RIBA 66 Portland Place.