RESEARCH PROJECT – MEETING PLACES, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
What is the untapped welfare potential of the everyday meeting places we build? How can places promote health and well-being in local communities and especially among urban youth? And as we plan, build and run informal meeting places, what spatial, social and strategic designs should guide us? Supported by Innovationsfonden industrial ph.d. fellow and design strategist Mimi Shen has joined our team to conduct an interdisciplinary research project on third places. In collaboration with Roskilde University, Boligselskabet Sjælland and Innovation Centre Denmark, a new socio-spatial platform model will be developed, tested and research findings translated into our Cornelius Vöge design practice.