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Paul Chamberlain presents Future Home at AMPS Liveable Cities in New York

20 June 2023

Paul Chamberlain was recently in New York presenting Lab4Living’s Research England funded Future Home project at the AMPS ‘Liveable Cities’ conference hosted at New York City College of Technology.

The conference focused on issues affecting life in cities, covering architecture, design, city planning, health, technology, urban economics and social policy.  Paul’s presentation focused how the design of the domestic environment impacts as a determinant of our health & wellbeing.

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AMPS (Architecture, Media, Politics, Society) is an international, interdisciplinary research organisation. It brings together people from different disciplines who find their points of contact in the places we inhabit, how we teach, and how we interpret the world around us.

Photograph showing a street view of the New York City College of Technology building
New York City College of Technology