Nathan Storring is a writer, researcher, curator and media producer with a focus on interpreting architecture, city planning and urban issues for a general audience. His writing about cities, public space and urban literacy has appeared in CityLab, Next City, Citiscope, The Globe and Mail, Canadian Architect, Numero Cinq and The Metropolitan Revolution blog. In 2016 Random House published his first book, Vital Little Plans: The Short Works of Jane Jacobs, co-edited with Samuel Zipp. He has extensive experience producing exhibitions, events and other projects that make the design, planning and study of cities more open to the public including work at Urbanspace Gallery, the Chicago Architecture Foundation and BSA Space. He is currently a senior programme associate at Project for Public Spaces.
Events featuring this speaker
Citizen Jane retraces the battles for the city as personified by Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses, as urbanisation moves to the front of the current global agenda.