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February 18, 2012 / landscapeiskingston

Mapping event and interview ‘break-out’ room at Budapest Partners’ Meeting

Landscape Interface Studio (LIS), Kingston University hosted a ‘break-out’ room during the Waterways Forward Partners’ Meeting in Budapest January 19-20th 2012.  All partners were invited join in a mapping exercise whilst a series of interviews with partners were filmed in preparation for the final project exhibition. This will allow LIS to communicate the content, scope and importance of previously identified ‘good practices’ and their relation to Europe2020 policies.  Policy recommendations will be developed by the project partnership which will support future development of inland waterways’ multifunctional use.

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  1. Claudio Repossi / Mar 5 2012 4:14 pm

    a visual synthesis of high impact: well done!
    and the effective participation of each partner, an added value…

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