At here studio we are passionate about public space.

Accessible to everyone and anyone at any given time, it is not only an aesthetic and architectural space but also a political and social place. Public space is becoming increasingly threatened through commercialisation and privatisation, often driven by the lack of public financial resources. These conditions have meant that public space is often transformed from a place of community and identity to either abandoned or commercialized anonymous non-places.

We're asking residents of the Docklands (postcode 3008) as well as visitors to tell us what they think of the public space in the image on the front of the postcard (pictured below). What would they build or place here to make it more inviting? We've asked participants to write or draw how they imagine they could inhabit this space and mail the postcard back to us.

Team: Michelle James, Ammon Beyerle, Caitlyn Parry, Tim Derham, Kamil Muhammad, Glenn Todd

(Last update 03/06/11)


At here studio we are passionate about public space.

Accessible to everyone and anyone at any given time, it is not only an aesthetic and architectural space but also a political and social place. Public space is becoming increasingly threatened through commercialisation and privatisation, often driven by the lack of public financial resources. These conditions have meant that public space is often transformed from a place of community and identity to either abandoned or commercialized anonymous non-places.

We're asking residents of the Docklands (postcode 3008) as well as visitors to tell us what they think of the public space in the image on the front of the postcard (pictured below). What would they build or place here to make it more inviting? We've asked participants to write or draw how they imagine they could inhabit this space and mail the postcard back to us.

Team: Michelle James, Ammon Beyerle, Caitlyn Parry, Tim Derham, Kamil Muhammad, Glenn Todd

(Last update 03/06/11)