Design for Diversity: Intercultural Outdoor Places

Rishbeth, C., Vodicka, G. and Ganji, F. 2016. Design for Diversity: Intercultural Outdoor Places. Sheffield, UK University of Sheffield.

TitleDesign for Diversity: Intercultural Outdoor Places
AuthorsRishbeth, C., Vodicka, G. and Ganji, F.
Abstract

This publication is a report on the Design for Diversity: Intercultural Outdoor Places symposium that was held on 13th May 2015 at the Showroom in Sheffield, UK. The symposium was organised by the Transnational Urban Outdoors (TUO) research group based at the Department of Landscape, The University of Sheffield. Six speakers from both practice and academia addressed topics related to the value of parks as places of shared leisure, the importance of central locations and how sitting outside can both reflect ethnic diversity and support local cohesion. The publication also includes discussion summaries and links to audio recordings of all talks.

FileDesign For Diversity book.pdf
Keywordsurban design
diversity
inclusion
public space
Year2016
PublisherUniversity of Sheffield
Place of publicationSheffield, UK
Publication dates
Published19 Mar 2016
Web address (URL)https://issuu.com/tuo13tuo/docs/design_for_diversity_single_pages

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