Fuse Talk: Children in High Rise


FUSE hosted a talk on Children in High Rise in our studio. We express our gratitude to the esteemed speakers, Sophie-May Kerr from the University of Wollongong and landscape architect Fiona Robbe, for sharing their insightful research and perspectives on the matter. The event provided a platform for our team at FUSE to engage with numerous brilliant minds, all sharing a common passion for creating meaningful spaces for children in urban environments.

The interaction was both enlightening and invigorating as attendees explored innovative ideas and strategies to integrate children seamlessly into the fabric of our cities.

This event marks the start of what we hope will be a series of enlightening talks hosted at our studio. We look forward to fostering a community dedicated to the cause of enhancing urban spaces for the younger generation.

Stay tuned for upcoming announcements as we continue to delve into important discussions and initiatives aimed at shaping a more inclusive and child-friendly urban landscape. Your participation and support are invaluable as we embark on this journey of reimagining our cities for the well-being and development of our children.

Fuse Architects acknowledges the First Nations peoples, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation, as the Traditional Custodians of the diverse lands where we live, work, and create. We admire their deep and enduring connections to the land, sea, and community. We are committed to meaningful dialogue, as we work together to honour the past and shape a harmonious future. We pay our respects to the wisdom of their Elders, past, present, and emerging.

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