Malcolm is an Arup Fellow in the field of masterplanning and urban design. He was the founding design director for Arup Urban Design, London. In this role he undertakes a wide variety of projects that address the issues of sustainable urbanism around the world. He has led on a number of major urban design commissions including the Wellcome Campus in Hinxton Cambridge, North Tottenham Regeneration Strategy; National Food Resilience Programmes; Northstowe, new town; NOMA manchester for the Cooperative Group; and Preston Beach new Town in Australia. He has also worked on the Dongtan Eco-city project in Shanghai, Stratford City, the new metropolitan centre for London incorporating the London Olympic village, Pinewoods studios, and BSkyB broadcasting campus. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and has served as a design reviewer for the CABE. Malcom has been a visiting teacher at Yale University and heis retained by the City of Amsterdam as Lead Designer for Zuidas, the new commercial hub of Amsterdam.


TitleSometimes it’s Under the Apple Tree
VenueBronte Rooms
Time15:30 – 16:15