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Seats at the Table – Launch Event

02 June 2023

18:00 -20:30

Seats at the Table explores the intersection between sustainability, accessibility and participation through a table as a place for bringing people together, sharing, making, learning, nourishment and socialising. Over the first 6 months of 2023, Re-Fabricate, the DisOrdinary Architecture Project and a series of artists have been working with diverse schools across east London co-design 6 chairs that cater for different accessibility requirements and enable equal places at the table.

Join us on the 2nd June for the launch event at Postman Park to hear from those leading and participating in the project, and partake in this vital dialogue around how equity, accessibility and inclusion can truly be achieved in the public realm.

The event is open to the public and includes refreshments. Bring your own cup for drinks and bowl for snacks!

This event is supported by the Arts Council.

‘Seats at the Table’ is the winner of ‘Co-designing Equity in the Public Realm’, an initiative delivered by London Festival of Architecture (LFA), co-funded by the Foundation for Future London and the City of London Corporation.

This is a LFA installation in partnership with City of London Corporation and Foundation for Future London



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Image: Seats at the Table © Luke O'Donovan


Postman's Park

London EC1A 7BT


Wheelchair accessible
Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Quiet Space
On-Site Parking
BSL interpreted

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