Mobility, Mood and Place - Work Package 1 Exhibition: Exhibition of 3 Years of ESALA MMP Design Studio Projects

Iain Scott (Designer), Katherine Brookfield (Developer)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Mobility, Mood and Place is a cross-university collaborative research project which investigates the relationship between older people and the built environment. Three discrete work packages have investigated the age friendly co-design of urban and rural environments, mapped older people’s emotional responses to moving through the city, utilising neural imaging technology and ethnographic methods and studied the effect of particular urban places on people’s health over a lifetime.
Work package 1 has engaged older people with students of Architecture and Landscape in research activities and co-design exercises based in Copenhagen, Manchester, London and the island of Orkney.
The exhibition principally documents the results of Work package 1, led by Iain Scott, called ‘Co-Created Environments’. Project methodologies, case study design projects and age friendly conclusions are all presented.
 
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • ARCHITECTURE
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Older people
  • co-design

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