I delivered codesign workshops in Belgrade recently, and am now thrilled to say the space is finished and up and running.
Designed by Studio TILT, Whittington Hospital’s Ambulatorty Care Centre is officially opened by The Rt Hon Norman Lamb, the Minister of State for Care and Support.
Our recent work in Moldova with FutureGov and UNDP illustrates the power of architecture that comes from service transformation and human use.
We created a workshop for the Victoria & Albert Museum as part of LDF to investigate the current British housing crisis where we were joined in the closing panel discussion by Finn Williams and Dan Jones.
Joining the panel as a speaker at the Global Design Forum during the LDF was a definitely a highlight; presenting the opportunity to talk about codesign and collaboration with others of like-minded people.
The London Design Festival feels moments away. Read about our partnership with Tent London to create the design of the Press Hub.
Over the next few months, I’ll be looking at design principles and writing about their significance to our work. Starting with ‘engaging the end-user in the design process’, I’ll detail how codesign has led to better design work at Studio TILT.
What is codesign, how can it be used, what can it be used for? A simple two pager for download that frames our approach.
We’re now into the next phase to create the Press Hub at TENT London 2014, informed by elements from the codesign workshop we hosted a few weeks ago.
A few weeks back I was honored to be asked to speak at WorkTech Madrid, a workplace focused event, presenting Studio TILT and our unique approach to designing with people.
Yesterday we went over to Derby Silk Mill Museum to celebrate the Re:Make Project.
We have started an exciting project with TENT London, codesigning the first ever Press Office.
I left my formal role as Head of Design at The Impact Hub network in 2010 to set up Studio TILT so it is always great to work with new Hubs and catch up with the network from time to time.
The intuitive responses to a space, whether practical, emotional or phenomenological are prompted by many questions located before the ‘Ask the Space’ workshop begins and answered by participants as they explore.