Jan Gehl - Cities for People: As Time Goes By

Well known to lovers of livable cities worldwide, Jan has spent his life studying people in the spaces between buildings – streets and squares. His goal - to understand how the architecture and design of a place facilitates positive social life, walkability and bikeability. He has consulted for cities around the world and taught the next generation to design and rebuild public places. And he has written many books. His most famous, Cities for People has been translated into 25 languages and now help to guide urban design around the world.

At the Bristol Conference, the 2015 IMCL Lewis Mumford Award winner spoke about his lifelong journey, the evolution of his work, and the influence of his ideas on improving city livability around the world.