Valuable tool for measuring qualities in public space; exploring 2D visual modelling to represent conceptual ideas

On the Value in the Neighbourhood residency in collaboration in Ellen Holleman we explored the idea of Place Capital and of Asset Mapping. In relation to this, I’ve been doing some further reading recently and have found an interesting diagram as an online resource from Projects in Public Space entitled: What Makes A Successful Place?

I’m interested in the content of the diagram, in the concepts represented; a framework for thinking about and measuring the values and qualities associated with a particular place. And also with the use of 2D visual modelling to convey complex ideas.

place_diagram

 

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Sarah Spanton is director of arts organisation Waymarking - www.waymarking.org.uk
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2 Responses to Valuable tool for measuring qualities in public space; exploring 2D visual modelling to represent conceptual ideas

  1. Erik says:

    I’ve studied this one inside-out and it really is the best diagram on the topic. There are a lot of different things to chew on, but it gracefully breaks them down.

  2. Thanks Erik. When I saw it I immediately liked the detail it offers, yet the clarity in its simple layout.

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