Amenity Space

Using digital media to communicate architecture

Amenity Space is a live self-initiated research project started by Tony Broomhead and Nicky Kirk in 2006 to explore the potentials of digital media as an accessible consultation and communication tool for architects.

The project has engaged with communities and cultural organisations across the UK and has encouraged people from outside of the profession to have an active involvement in the design process.

Amenity Space has established working methodologies for both audio and video recording for public consultation and brief building, along with realising several interactive projects that have resulted in the development of bespoke software applications.

As part of the Amenity Space project we have developed this method for a one day workshop. The workshop is designed to gather information, focus ideas and contribute to wider discussions.

Please use the link to download a guide to help you run your own workshop.


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