Registrations Closing Soon: 2019 City Makers' Guild Study Tour

The City Makers’ Guild is a collective of passionate urbanists who view development as a craft, not a commodity, calling for more equitable, meaningful and sustainable cities.

Part education and part advocacy, the Guild are leading the way in introducing the built environment sector to world-leading alternative models of development through their annual Study Tours. The next tour for 2019 has just been announced, touring Berlin, Vienna and Zurich to explore models of collaborative urbanism. The tour will provide access to and real-life experience of unique housing development projects, while also taking in the community, social, cultural and public life that allows these models to flourish. 


Registrations of interest in the June 2019 tour are now open, with those who register getting priority booking ahead of the public (due for release in late November). With limited places on the tour, don't miss out on a chance to experience and learn from three of Europe's cities that are leading the way in fostering more equitable and inclusive cities through collaborative urbanism.

 

"A fantastic initiative. The range of projects and the diversity of people involved made the tour a truly unique investment opportunity for those who are looking to be thought leaders in the built environment industries." - The Urban Advisory, NZ

 

Here's a summary of our 2018 tour
For more info please visit the website 

 

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