Street Space 2018
Documentary of the StreetSpace 2018 Workshop STREETSPACE 2017-18 WORKSHOP AND EXHIBITION JUNE 2018 StreetSpace is a research and teaching project at Queen's University Belfast, led by Dr Agustina Martire, which seeks to understand the significance of mixed use streets, by analysing their physical, historical and experiential aspects. This multidisciplinary and international project aims to provide an alternative way of planning, preserving and developing streets. Workshop - City Hall - 19-20 June 2018 A two-day workshop to explore the complexity of local mixed use streets in Belfast. We will explore North Street and Castle Street, and the potential for projects that provide fair, accessible and diverse streets for all. Based on the one-year live project between students of the MArch/MSC urban design and regeneration and Department for Communities/Belfast City Council, we will develop a series of activities that will lead us to 6 new maps of North Street and Castle Street. Exhibition - PLACE –22 June-21 July 2018 The maps and proposals of the project will be exhibited together with the new set of maps produced in the workshop. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
2019-Clifton Gateway - A Streetspace Documentary
The short documentary produced by the StreetSpace Project reflects the collaborative research and architectural proposals for the Clifton Gateway developed by architecture students at QUB in 2018-19. The documentary was funded by the Department for Communities, in a project in collaboration with Belfast City Council, the Culture and Society Cluster in the School of Natural and Built Environment at Queen's University Belfast.