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Raising ExpectationsCreating advocates for ahealthier built environment
The hands-on approach to raising expectations               SETTING the STAGE
These slides introduce 10 interactive elementsthat transform participants   into champions whodemand healthy design.
Are we asking the right          questions?!?         How will we be sure to            “get it right?”
Stretch our thinking: “what if...?”Set parameters for “getting it right”          (v. just “get it done”)   Define big pic...
SUCCESS
1. Jointly define the project’s           high-level purpose.
2. Review what to expect from         the creative process.
3. Nurture a spirit of discovery.
4. Bring “strong opinions, lightly held.”
5. Analyze the health impact of various approaches to design.
6. Invite diverse, hands-on               participation.
7. Resist jumping to conclusions.
What other questions should we be asking ourselves?
8. View issues through a wide lens.
9. Question assumed constraints.
10. Work through options together.
Five benefits of this approach
1. Achieve greater value for money.
2. Make best use of the site            and resources.
3. Ensure greater relevance for unpredictable                            future scenarios.
4. A design that reflects shared,              higher aspirations.
5. Unite diverse interests.
Farrow Partnership Architects   farrowpartnership.com
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment
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Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment

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How can citizens become advocates for a healthier built environment? These slides introduce 10 interactive elements that transform participants into champions who demand better design. Five benefits of this approach are included in this set.

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Raising Expectations: Creating Advocates for a Healthier Built Environment

  1. 1. Raising ExpectationsCreating advocates for ahealthier built environment
  2. 2. The hands-on approach to raising expectations SETTING the STAGE
  3. 3. These slides introduce 10 interactive elementsthat transform participants into champions whodemand healthy design.
  4. 4. Are we asking the right questions?!? How will we be sure to “get it right?”
  5. 5. Stretch our thinking: “what if...?”Set parameters for “getting it right” (v. just “get it done”) Define big picture challenges
  6. 6. SUCCESS
  7. 7. 1. Jointly define the project’s high-level purpose.
  8. 8. 2. Review what to expect from the creative process.
  9. 9. 3. Nurture a spirit of discovery.
  10. 10. 4. Bring “strong opinions, lightly held.”
  11. 11. 5. Analyze the health impact of various approaches to design.
  12. 12. 6. Invite diverse, hands-on participation.
  13. 13. 7. Resist jumping to conclusions.
  14. 14. What other questions should we be asking ourselves?
  15. 15. 8. View issues through a wide lens.
  16. 16. 9. Question assumed constraints.
  17. 17. 10. Work through options together.
  18. 18. Five benefits of this approach
  19. 19. 1. Achieve greater value for money.
  20. 20. 2. Make best use of the site and resources.
  21. 21. 3. Ensure greater relevance for unpredictable future scenarios.
  22. 22. 4. A design that reflects shared, higher aspirations.
  23. 23. 5. Unite diverse interests.
  24. 24. Farrow Partnership Architects farrowpartnership.com

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