Camden Challenge: Designing the Sustainable City of the Future

What does the city of the future look like, and how can we design it together?

How do places get developed, funded and built, and how can we tackle some of the major environmental and social issues our cities face such as climate change and inequality for the good of all? And how do communities and residents join in? Euston is evolving. It was once a place of innovation, at the forefront of technology, and a pioneer for the rail industry. But its rail lines are now a barrier and it is under pressure to change. In this City Challenge you will be working in teams, and learning how to design and masterplan with architects and developers from Lendlease and Central Saint Martins college of art and design. Based in the 'MAKE community space' in Somers Town and at Central Saint Martins Studios, you will learn from visits to exciting developments, and participate in creative workshops to form a new vision for Euston. This is an intensive course so you need to be on time and committed. Some places are prioritised for students who (please indicate on your application if you are eligible) had neither parent attend university, have been in local authority care, are young carers themselves, have a disability affecting their studies, or are eligible for free school meals. This class has an Application question: Why would you like to take part in this Challenge? What interests and skills will you contribute to your team? How will you benefit from taking part? Please email your response to

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Age Range:

16 years to 17


University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins

Dates & Times

Monday 29th July - 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Tuesday 30th July - 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Wednesday 31st July - 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Thursday 01st August - 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Enrolment Start Date:

Wednesday 19th June

Enrolment End Date:

Friday 26th July


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Creative Arts





Accessibility details:

Wheelchair accessible

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