Five co-creative practices
Last June, Eric brought together 5 practitioners who use co-creative design processes (co-making and/or co-design) to discuss the opportunities and challenges that arise with such approaches.
The practices belong to various fields in built and grown architectures as well as art. Anthony Meacock from the Turner Prize winning collective Assemble, the landscape architect Johanna Gibbons, the architect Takeshi Hayatsu, social practice artist Jenny Dunn and gardener architect Eric Guibert each presented a few case studies where inhabitants and architects design and make.
We will later write reflection on what was learned but in the meantime, here is the the video of this event.
It took place during the London Festival of Architecture at the University of Westminster and you can find more information here.