A TOOLKIT FOR THE (IN) COMPLETION OF...
Through utilizing Dawson’s Heights as a test-bed for the consultation toolkit, a working methodology that incorporates quantitative and qualitative analysis was designed in conjunction with a deployable device to kickstart conversations in-situ on co-producing a common future. Designed as a portable consultation stand that has customizable elements which can altered to address various different sites, the utopia activator (a series of game pieces that can be placed onto the site model) and the utopia viewer (anaglyph headset and EEG brainband) work hand-in-hand to enable communities to materialise their visions of utopia and provide feedback on proposed designs through 3d stereoscopy on-site. By examining the relationship between mind and space through the EEG headset, a deeper understanding between lived memories and subconscious reactions to the existing site can be analysed to produce quantitative mappings on site.
Distinction in Design
Project / MArch (Year 5) Architectural Design , Bartlett Unit 13
Design Tutors / Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber
Year / 2020