International Design Summit 2012 was delivered by the Scottish Government to officially launch A policy on architecture and placemaking for Scotland: public consultation 2012.
The summit invited speakers to outline some of the excellent projects being delivered at different scales in Scotland and in other parts of Europe. Delegates were invited to ask questions, share experiences and offer practical ideas that could shape the kind of place we want Scotland to be in the future.
Presentations delivered over the two days included:
Delegates were also invited to take part in breakout sessions over the two days. This included contributions on Place and Economy, Culture, Participation, approaches to delivery (using creativity, enterprise and design), embedding design in investment decisions and other ways of ‘doing architecture’.
Architecture and Design Scotland have produced a newsletter that summarises the key messages to come from the first day of the event. Architecture and Design Scotland produced a newsletter that summarises the key messages to come from the second day of the event.
Kevin Murray Chaired the conference on day 2 and shared his introductory thoughts and closing summary in the attached slides.