In case you have missed the third and final session of our roundtable series: ‘Designing for Neighborhood Resilience’, we invite you to (re)watch it above. As part of the research project ‘From Prevention to Resilience‘, this series of roundtables explored design perspectives in which social and ecological issues are addressed in an integral way. For its final session, experience design lab ‘UNSx’ and social design agency ‘The Beach’ shared their experiences with integrating these two perspectives to promote neighbourhood resilience. What value was created by integrating these different perspectives? Which obstacles and challenges emerged while doing so? And what lessons were learned that could inform future design practices for more resilient neighbourhoods?
Our thanks to all participants who joined live from Pakhuis de Zwijger and to the speakers Giulia Gualtieri (CivicIxD), Filippo Lodi (UNStudio), Hannah Oul-Hadj (The Beach), Emiel Wolf (The Beach) and Indira van ‘t Klooster (Arcam), for engaging in a lively and fruitful discussion. The insights acquitted during this process are now informing the development of a new iteration of the DesignFramework for Neighbourhood Resilience.
To learn more about the From Prevention to Resilience project and its main outputs, visit resilientpublicspaces.nl