Since 2007, STBY has worked with Yanki Lee on Heartlands in Cornwall, a new ‘cultural playground’ and also World Heritage Site near Redruth in Cornwall, UK. Now, after years of preparing and building, Heartlands will open this weekend, 20-22 April.
STBY recently returned to Heartlands, reprising our role as inclusive design consultants at this large-scale regeneration project in Cornwall.
Paper on inclusive design facilitation for the Heartlands project. Presented by Bas at the Include conference in London (6-8 April 2009). Authors: Bas Raijmakers,…
We were invited to present the work we did for Heartlands (Cornwall) at the annual conference on spatial planning (Ruimteconferentie 2009), organised by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving) on 3 November.
Our contribution to the Heartlands project inspired a group of community regeneration officers of Kerrier District Council to invite us to share our knowledge and experience on ways to involve local communities in regeneration projects.
Early April we immersed ourselves in Include 2009, the leading cross-disciplinary conference on the inclusive approach to people-centered design and innovation at the Royal College of Art in London.
We organised a storytelling workshop for Heartlands in Pool. The last in a series of co-creative workshops to inform and inspire the design teams of this regeneration project around an old tin mine.
Early July we organised five User Forums for Heartlands, the regeneration project in Cornwall we work for as Inclusive Design facilitators all year in 2008.