Collaborative Place Design is a unique stakeholder and community engagement practice which helps everyone imagine and build their future home, neighbourhood or place.
We develop and apply unique methods of collaborative design (Co-design) such as customisable scaled models which can be used to help the planning, design, development and implementation of urban plans, projects and policy.
The process of Co-design promotes genuine participation in problem solving and solution seeking. It is highly inclusive, playful, exploratory and educational.
Collaborative Place Design breaks through urban planning and design challenges and can be used for:
Contact us to understand how the practice of Collaborative Place Design can promote respect and trust and help generate a genuinely shared approach to changes in our urban areas.
'The model really helped us to engage in a meaningful way on complex planning policy.'
Paul Garbett – Director of Strategic Planning and Projects, City of Fremantle
'I loved your customisable 1:200 scale model for its ability to visualise increasing housing density in suburbs. I can see lots of practical teaching, research and public engagement applications for it.'
Professor Carolyn Whitzman, Melbourne School of Design