Nat Roberton is programme manager for the Bristol Legible City Project and has a background in urban design, city planning and architecture. Bristol Legible City was the first project of its kind and is a unique and innovative concept to improve people’s understanding and experience of the city through the implementation of identity, information and transportation projects. The project has since inspired similar projects nationally and internationally. Roberton is currently working on two development projects – an intelligent infrastructure project that is integrating sensor and communication technology into legible city street furniture and a user-centred mapping project using citizen-generated data.
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The panel discuss why the Bristol and Bath region is a strong centre for design. Who are the designers who live and work in the two cities?