Inspiring great place-making
A very interesting blog post on UBM's Future Cities site features our Know Your Place and Our Place projects as meaningful ways to enable public participation in place making and draws some interesting parallels.
Some of the comments on the blog post make for interesting reading particularly as they vear towards a common blurring of urban design and architecture. There is also an interesting comment about the risk of repeating the same mistakes by studying the old.
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The official opening of The Hub at Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze takes place on Saturday 6th September. The opening will be followed by the ‘Love Lockleaze’ Festival to celebrate all that is great in Lockleaze. This is a partnership between United Communities and the Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust who will manage The Hub.
The new development project includes 28 affordable homes, a new community hub and space for local businesses. The community hub will include a hall available for…Continue
Forget about smart cities, Playable City ideas – like Bristol’s water slide or its temporary play streets – are a human response to the coldness and anonymity of the urban environment. This article from The Guardian highlights a number of interesting projects in Bristol and gives details of a forthcoming international conference on the Playable City to be held at the Watershed (10/11 September 2014)…Continue
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