Our panel of experts will discuss how hostile architecture has crept into cities around the world, with its subtle features aimed at exerting social control. They will look at examples of these social and behaviour controls found in Dublin using photographs taken by participants in our Hostile Architecture Scavenger Hunt. If you would like to participate in the scavenger hunt which will form the basis of this discussion, please click here.
Laurence Mackin, Arts Editor of The Irish Times will be joined by Dublin City Architect Ali Grehan, Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie National Cycling Coordinator Damien O'Tuama and designer at Unthink Colin Farmer. Join in this conversation about your city!