As Holly embarks on a new research adventure, she shares APEC’s journey in participatory architecture.
Inspired by our social lab friends, we have been prototyping principles that we are now ready to share and celebrate as we head into 2022.
Naomi advocates for active travel in a webinar for Our Future City Plan: Birmingham 2040.
We created this guide for people who care for community buildings, which is freely available to download and share.
‘The Value of Maintenance?’ seeks to help people understand, plan and budget for the care of listed churches on the Heritage at Risk Register.
The Learning Marathon has come to an end, but after 6 months of researching into community empowerment a surprise collaboration has emerged, so this is really just the beginning…
Holly continues her Learning Marathon blog series on how citizen empowerment might form the basis of changes in the urban environment.
“I poured over plans and photos in publications at the time, I realised that the design had emerged as a response to a conversation between the architecture and the activity of learning, rather than an exercise in arranging rooms on plan.”
Naomi shares her thoughts after her ‘Working with an Architect’ talk at the Fit for Function 2 Conference last month.
Holly runs a diagramming workshop for the Learning Marathon that morphs into system mapping with the whole APEC team and our neighbours, the Active Wellbeing Society.