A Cultural Space
Urban design involves coming up with the ideas that work for many different people.
This workshop will focus on the creative process with students developing a concept for a cultural space for their city. What is happening in and around this part of the city? What do people think about the place? They will work as a group to bring their ideas together to redesign the space, thinking about how their design could improve it, what culture means and how they could make it a more successful space to be.
- Key curriculum links: Geography, design technology, art, history, citizenship.
- Session concept: Developed with PLACED Ambassador Graham Marshall, Maxim Urban Design
- Feedback: ‘Very creative. Students enjoyed it &wanted to work hard.’ Teacher with Year 10 students
“I enjoyed having adults LISTEN to our ideas about the local area and designing a place for us”
Love Architecture? Free pupil workshops (1st May)
PLACED is giving schools the opportunity to get involved in the national Love Architecture Festival this June in partnership with Once Park West, the iconic mixed used apartment building on Liverpool’s waterfront. Places strictly limited!