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  • 1. coming closer St.Giles use of design skills in urban environments collaborative project with 4 classes Gut Rosenberg 2011 /2012 Insert logo of your school
  • 2. challenges
    • making things visible: people, opportunities, problems, solutions
    • seeing the good core – not the hard core
    • understanding the “heart” of St.Giles, how it lives, how it grows
    • finding a dozen or more good themes
    • handle cultural and language differences
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  • 3. opportunities same as the problems: abandoned houses; empty stores; narrow streets; different people and culture; young people with little money; beautiful places, buildings, gardens without care; heterogeneous mix from young and old; long established and new arrivals; decreasing population Insert logo of your school Gut Rosenberg - coming closer - St.Giles
  • 4.
      • main objectives:
    • feeding St. Giles with design driven ideas to enable citizen-initiated creation of a new „brand“ St. Giles
    • increase awareness of (hidden) qualities
    • develop dead spots
    • improve communication (in public areas)
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  • 5.
    • for students:
    • understanding complexity
    • teamwork
    • thinking design in urban environments
    • visualisation of ideas
    objectives
  • 6.
    • 1. general research about cities, developement, social conditions, proved design ideas and solutions, brainstorm
    • 2. fieldwork in St.Giles
    • 3. developing ideas, teambuilding
    • 4. maintain student work with additional knowledge by teachers
    • 5. implementation / action concept
    methodology Gut Rosenberg - coming closer - St.Giles
  • 7. action plan
    • 2011 week 40 – 44: student research, generals about urban development, concepts of communication, teambuilding
    • 2011 week 45: Field study St.Giles
    • 2011 week 46 – 51: developing projects,
    • Input according to requirements: Trends and solutions: Urban planning, traffic, energy, housing, work, health, education etc.
    • 2012 week 1 – 8 reimplementation, presentation
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  • 8. future scenario
    • changing peoples mind is the most sustainable method of changing urban life
    • small impact – continuous change of behavior
    • changing communication by changing environmental (de-)signs
    • seeds for vital identity
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  • 9. design role
    • design is a point of view – and a different way of understanding cities, peoples and interactions
    • changing perspective and significance is vital
    • design is costumer orientated (art)
    • the design process refers very much to a living organism
    • making beautiful things sharpens the mind
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