The Kent School of Architecture is looking for people to join them for a walk in central London on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 June. If you are interested in exploring our unconscious reaction to the environmental conditions around us as we walk and the way we perceive and respond to them, then join on the thermal walks.
How comfortable do you feel when you walk in the city centre? Do you take any actions to improve your comfort conditions whilst you walk? How does passing between different spaces affect your experience of walking?
The initiative is organised by the School of Architecture at the University of Kent and will take place for two days, Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 June, in London city centre. Every day at 12 noon the walk starts at Seven Dials junction (Earlham street) up to Covent Garden. The walk is repeated at 2pm. Researchers will carry a portable weather station to record the actual climatic conditions at every part of the walk and you will be asked to fill in a questionnaire to evaluate how comfortable you feel.
For more information contact Carolina Vasilikou at firstname.lastname@example.org or just come and walk with us!