Category: Built Environment

Connection, community and agency: Building a village preschool in India

All theory aside – what’s it really like to work in a rural village in India? In a world of increasingly changeable external forces, how do you engage the community, overcome cultural and language barriers and build enough trust to realise a project together? What unexpected outcomes might emerge?

Tackling wicked problems: 3 lessons from the ‘I Urban Andes International Design Workshop’

From wicked problem to urban resilience – is there a scientific formula for developing solutions through an interdisciplinary process? The Design Between’s inaugural article offers a starting point for discourse on tackling wicked problems by exploring the interdisciplinary approach used in the ‘I Urban Andes International Design Workshop’ in Ayacucho, Peru.