Arman Nouri is a cultural worker designing and delivering projects across the built environment, cultural and public sectors. Focussed on the role of civic infrastructures and cultural production in community and neighbourhood development, his work encourages people to gather, exchange and collaborate in pursuit of spatial and social justice. Arman currently leads The Mayor of London’s Culture & Community Spaces at Risk programme. He is also a co-founder of Kin Structures, a multi-disciplinary studio redesigning civic infrastructure for the 21st century. The studio promotes collaborative approaches to building a just future using art, culture and architecture. In addition, Arman is an Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins, a host of The Open City Podcast, an advisor to Theatrum Mundi and founding member of London and Amsterdam-based music crew Houseplants.