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The greenery of a new park in Shanghai is carried through building façades to create generous amenity spaces and balconies for residents and office worker.

The greenery of a new park in Shanghai is carried through building façades to create generous amenity spaces and balconies for residents and office worker.

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Mustafa Chehabeddine Discusses Building Healthy Cities at the Prince’s Foundation

The KPF Principal presented on ‘Building Healthy Cities’ at the Prince’s Foundation Garrison Chapel in London.

Mustafa’s presentation used recent KPF projects to explore how urban planning processes support health and wellbeing. Chairing the panel was Dr. Matthew Hardy, the Senior Associate Tutor at the University of Oxford, with additional presenters James Gross, Co-Founder of Urban Place Lab, and Sowmya Parthasarathy, Director of Urban Design and Masterplanning at ARUP.

The event was held as a part of the MSC in Sustainable Urban Development, a program that introduces students to sustainable urbanism, as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary subject at global and local scales. The course is run as a partnership between The Prince’s Foundation and the University of Oxford. Find out more about the program here.