Great City puts on monthly Brown Bag presentations that are free to the public. This Thursday, they’re offering a discussion on developing and implementing bicycle strategies for the urban environment. Check it out.
Brown Bag: Bicycle Urbanism
Where: GGLO Space at the Steps, 1301 First Ave., Level A
Date: Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Enter through door located about 1/4 of the way down the Harbor Steps (click for map)
Louise Grassov, Associate at Gehl Architects in Copenhagen, will impart her insight into the culture, statistics and best practices of cycling in the city. She will discuss the fundamental knowledge that her office uses to develop advice for cities and communities around the world on how to introduce bicycle strategies and networks.
Louise Grassov has been with Gehl Architects since 2000. She has a Master’s Degree in Architecture and Urban Design from the School of Architecture, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark. Louise’s expertise in the office lies within ideology, project coaching and ongoing development of the Gehl methodology. She has undertaken projects ranging from from overall city strategies to public space programs.