The Language of Design …           involving communities in           articulating design quality            Richard Guise...
Community Consultation
NPPF page 15
A GOOD PLACE?•distinctive•connected•active•convivial•sunny•sheltered•safe•surveilled•quality•functional
QUIZ‘Naming of Parts’
Scheme Design
What ROLE do thesite and proposals playwithin the streetscape?                          ContinuityTermination of Vista    ...
Key Group           LandmarkEnclosed Backland   EdgeE
Reconciling Orientation with Placemaking
The Image of the City. Kevin Lynch.
Neighbourhood Appraisal Notation
ResidentialStorage
Finding a language …If you haven’t got the words you can’t express your aspirations.    Do we have the words? Do we know w...
The Language of Design- Richard Guise, RTPI West Midlands CPD
The Language of Design- Richard Guise, RTPI West Midlands CPD
The Language of Design- Richard Guise, RTPI West Midlands CPD
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    1. 1. The Language of Design … involving communities in articulating design quality Richard Guise. architect and planner Context4DRTPI West Midlands Seminar. Design Quality in Neighbourhood Planning. 19.09.12
    2. 2. Community Consultation
    3. 3. NPPF page 15
    4. 4. A GOOD PLACE?•distinctive•connected•active•convivial•sunny•sheltered•safe•surveilled•quality•functional
    5. 5. QUIZ‘Naming of Parts’
    6. 6. Scheme Design
    7. 7. What ROLE do thesite and proposals playwithin the streetscape? ContinuityTermination of Vista Key Corner
    8. 8. Key Group LandmarkEnclosed Backland EdgeE
    9. 9. Reconciling Orientation with Placemaking
    10. 10. The Image of the City. Kevin Lynch.
    11. 11. Neighbourhood Appraisal Notation
    12. 12. ResidentialStorage
    13. 13. Finding a language …If you haven’t got the words you can’t express your aspirations. Do we have the words? Do we know what they mean?
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