ARCHIVE International Association People Environment Studies Conference 2012

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Welcome to the 22nd IAPS Conference!

 

  

Visit the Gallery of images from the conference. 

 

 

 

Thanks to our generous sponsors, Architecture & Design Scotland, there is now online access to the Keynote speeches of the IAPS 22 conference! The links below provide a brief summary of the context of the speeches and have links for both video and audio feeds. Additionally, there is a discussion of the reflections on the conference made by Diarmaid Lawlor, A + DS Head of Urbanism, specifically in regards to these questions: 

    How do we make place: what is the scope? 
    How do we achieve impacts in a place setting?

    What scales work best?

The links to the webpages are below:

 

 

 

Case Studies are now Available

 

 

The IAPS 22 gala dinner will be held on Thursday the 28th of June. The venue is the Glasgow favourite the Barrowland Ballroom. For more information about the Barrowland please click here.


You can now download the Full Programme here.

 

 

Maps of the local area and conference venue are now available to view here! (you can also download them in the download centre)

 

 

Information for Presenters available here. There is specific information for delegates presenting oral presentations, posters, case studies and the guidelines for the IAPS 22 conference book.

Please refer to the accommodation page for the best deals on hotels in town, and take notice of the fact that we offer on-campus accommodation at great prices. This is located 1 minute from the Conference Venue a­­­nd 5 minutes from the City Centre!

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The organising committee are pleased to announce that the 22nd IAPS Conference entitled, Human Experience in the Natural and Built Environment: Implications for Research Policy and Practice, will take place at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow from the 24th to the 29th June 2012.

Information for attendees can be found here: from information about registration to general information about the UK and Glasgow.

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