Author(s): Antje Steinmuller & Christopher Falliers
Protocols of public space production have been evolving in recent years, with the public no longer solely the end user of an architect-designed space. The form of public space as the domain of architects is increasingly replaced by a need to structure a process of formation – a forum – that positions architects as collaborators with the public, designing sites, artifacts, and protocols for citizen engagement. This paper puts forward an engaged methodology for public space formation that operates in public and with the public, and employs collaborative drawing.
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