This week EUSAS welcome Catherine Greig from make:good.
“We believe in meaningful processes of local participation, bringing people together to collaborate on the future of an area and its built environment. We use our creative expertise to co-design local solutions as well as effectively communicate ideas and share insight. We encourage open dialogue, harness local assets, build relationships and support communities to create lasting social infrastructure in places.”
make:good is an architecture and design studio involving people in shaping neighbourhood change. They bring together architectural experience, graphic design, project management, industrial design and art to work on a range of projects for clients, including local authorities and public bodies, housing associations, developers, arts organisations and schools.
Catherine launched make:good in 2009 to bring together her architectural qualifications with her interest in people centred design. As well as working on individual projects Catherine leads on business strategy and vision as well as pushing make:good to consistently reflect and improve on its tools and approach to ensure that they deliver projects that are truly participatory and where local people have meaningful influence.
Speaker: Catherine Greig
6:30 - 7:30 (doors open at 6:15)
Adam House Lecture Theatre
Free to all EUSAS members
£5 For non-members £6 For non-students