The writings trace the trajectory of Fluid as it emerged from teaching practice working on live research projects through to the formulation of a comprehensive approach to participatory practice, community action and progressive urbanism.
Towards a community-led strategy for regeneration.
e.state New Protocols for Life and Design
Re-situating practice and defining socially driven processes of engagement, new forms of representation, experiential mapping, scenario planning and ‘dynamic masterplanning.’
Holloway Transverse Diversity: Integration: Regeneration
High level partnering between a University, a premier football club and a local authority to reconceive place.
International architectural workshop for the Aalto Foundation. The notion of ‘participation’ forms a bond between team members, external bodies and local actors to engage in a meaningful dialogue.
Title: Duty of Care – LMU
Fluid see (their) ‘duty of care’, which encompasses all participants, as lying with a design concept generated by the processes of engagement.
Architecture & Participation
A study on participatory design, youth, public space and ownership.
Urban Regeneration Toolbox
Sophisticated methods of capturing data in a transparent manner to provide cultural, social and spatial information to inform wider design and masterplanning strategies and to help define sustainable, widely owned products
Industri[us] – Re/Use Re/Work Re/Value
Industri[us] centred on up-cycling and regeneration – seeks to put vacant sites to creative interim use, working with local communites, in advance of commercial development taking place.