CITIES FOR PLAY
At Cities for Play we aim to inspire urbanists, planners and architects to create playful and child-friendly cities. We explore how the built environment can promote children's health and well-being with a focus on play and active mobility. We believe that children's needs should be at the heart of city design which will in turn create resilient and sustainable communities.
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Designing Child Friendly Neighbourhoods
Upcoming & Past Events
PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN FORUM
CHILD IN THE CITY CONFERENCE, ANTWERP
CHILD FRIENDLY NEIGHBOURHOODS, HONG KONG
CITIES FOR PLAY, SINGAPORE
Natalia Krysiak (Cities for Play) will be part of a panel discussion at the Public Space Design Forum in November 2019. She will be discussing her research around child-friendly high density neighbourhoods.
Natalia Krysiak (Cities for Play) spoke at the 2019 Child in the City Conference in Antwerp, Belgium. She presentation explore her research in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo around child-friendly neighbourhoods.
Cities for Play ran a forum at the the University of Hong Kong, discussing with students what elements and interventions within a city might contribute to the health and well-being of children
Cities for Play ran a forum at the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities in Singapore on the topic of child-friendly high density neighbourhoods and lessons learned from Singapore to Australia
INTERNATIONAL URBAN DESIGN CONFERENCE, SYDNEY
CHILDREN IN THE CITY, SYDNEY
SYDNEY DESIGN FESTIVAL
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Natalia Krysiak (Cities for Play) spoke at the International Urban Design Conference on her research surrounding child-friendly cities.
The 'Children in the City' forum was organised with 'Urbanistas' in Sydney where three speakers: Kate Bishop (UNSW), Tanya Vincent (PlayYard Pilot) and Natalia Krysiak (Cities for Play) came together to discuss the importance of designing cities for children.
'Where do the Children Play' event was hosted by the NSW Institute of Architects as part of the 2018 Sydney Design Festival. Natalia Krysiak was one of the speakers at this event presenting on her research surrounding child-friendly cities.
'A Playful City' event was organised by the Women's Planning Network in association with Parlour. We had the opportunity to partake in this event, leading the discussion around the benefits of playful and child-friendly cities.