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MethodKit for Architecture & Public Space

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WHY METHODKIT FOR ARCHITECTURE & PUBLIC SPACE?

We all know what successful architecture and public space feel like. We also notice when they fall short. What makes some places succeed while others fail? What are the significant ingredients in planning, discussing, understanding and participating in the creation of great architecture and public space?

We wanted to create a tool that helps you develop a visual overview for your own ideas and planning, that can also create a common language to foster collaboration with others. MethodKit for Architecture & Public Space is designed to be as useful to professionals as well as beginners who have a special interest in the field.

MethodKit for Architecture & Public Space contains 59 cards, each representing a significant aspect, action or stage in the (sometimes unnecessarily) long process from ideation to realisation. While some architectural tools may have the tendency to impose certain solutions, our idea is to simply create the conditions and space for your own creative process to develop.

THE CARDS

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THE ICONS

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WAYS TO USE

MethodKit for Architecture & Public Space is designed to be used during the entire process from ideation to realization of your project. It can help you to structure ideas, prioritize, plan and keep focus as well as to create a common language between collaborators. Use it in workshops, with clients or by yourself.

We have collected some illustrated examples of How to use MethodKit in general.

TECH SPECIFICATION

Number of cards: 59
Size (WxH): 84x55mm
Paper: 350g/m3
Coating: Silk matte lamination
Box: Bookbinder’s cardboard covered with white paper
Included: Protective zip bag, matte coated sticker, folded instruction sheet

Additional Information

Language

English, English (Release Nov 30)

Size

Large (A6), Standard

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