In this episode, we’re focusing on the word “co-design” and some of the spaces being produced when architects collaborate with creatives from various backgrounds to revitalise public space.
Our guest in this episode is Millie Cattlin of “The Projects” based in Melbourne, a creative architecture practise that facilitates the work of creative professionals in the public realm. They have achieved this by making some of the most successful creative spaces in Melbourne including “Testing Grounds”, “Site Works” and “The Quarry”.
This episode of Hearing Architecture is part of our continued collaboration with the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival otherwise known as APAF. The theme of the festival this year is “co-operate, co-design, and co-exist”.