WEBINAR: Perfect Spaces for Connection

WEBINAR: Perfect Spaces for Connection

 

How can public spaces be designed to create the opportunity for connection?  Join us for this CPD webinar as we explore how well designed projects can improve the health and wellbeing of the local community through engaging social spaces.

The session will include:

  • Project case study
  • Examples of mentally-friendly spaces
  • Benefits of incorporating public barbecues
  • Introduction to social barbecues community organisation - Mr Perfect
  • How Mr Perfect uses these spaces for community building

 

The main presentation will be followed by a Q&A session with our two presenters.


Event proudly supported by:

Registration

Type

Price

Member

FREE

Non-member

FREE


Speakers

Jason Cuffe, Hassell

Speaker bio: Jason is a Principal at Hassell and leads the Landscape Architecture team in Sydney. He brings a variety of experience on small to large-scale projects and his passion for creating places for people is enhanced through his collaborative and enthusiastic approach to design.


Terry Cornick, Mr Perfect

Speaker bio: Terry is Founder and CEO of men's health community organisation Mr Perfect. With a day job in healthcare, his passions regularly overlap and he holds an appreciation for the effects spaces can have on our moods.

 


Important information

 

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COVID Guidelines

AILA is committed to the health and safety of our members, guests and staff, as such we have a COVID Safety Plan in place for face to face, or hybrid online/face-to-face events.  If you are feeling unwell and are unable to attend the event, please contact your event manager.  All event attendees are required to follow the government's physical distancing guidelines of 1.5m between yourself and others, practice good hygiene.  Attendees are encouraged to download the COVID App so you are traceable should someone you or someone you have been in contact with contracts COVID-19.

Thursday, 21 July 2022
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Free

WEBINAR
1 CPD Points