Empowering young people to have a say in buildings and places.
The Architecture Centre
28 Oct - 22 Dec 2017
Generation Place is a national initiative, co-founded by the Architecture Centre, to support the next generation of creative placemakers. It aims to nurture the future citizens and professionals who will make the kinds of places where people can thrive. It specialises in engaging young people in the built environment, fostering active citizenship and supporting career development.
The exhibition in the foyer of the Architecture Centre showcases a range of projects for young people that exemplify the Generation Place aims and involve young people in built environment education. These projects have been, including Shape My City and Doors Open Day for Schools and and continue to be, delivered by the Architecture Centre who have been at the forefront of developing built environment education for over 20 years.
Visit the Generation Place website to find out more.
“The Architecture Centre has a record of supporting diversity and equality in placemaking, through programmes such as Shape My City, which delivers on the City’s ‘Bristol Works’ initiative to provide good quality work related experience for all young people across the city, a key priority of mine.” Marvin Rees, Bristol Mayor