Young people’s creative place-making + Inclusive planning = Creating place
Creating place, concerns young people’s ability to experience a sense of belonging and well-being in public spaces.
Ellinor Portinson's exhibition; gUnga, a prototype developed from her Master Project, wants to show the possibility to create spontanious and flexible places in public space, by adding elements which don't require the standard (slow) planning process.
The study was performed within the master program; Outdoor Environments for Health and Well-being at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU, in Alnarp. The purpose of the study is to raise the importance of inclusive planning from a youth perspective. Planning that can meet needs here and now, not in a few years when one has grown up...
Welcome to the exhibition at: Altitude Meetings Studio
Complementing the exhibition is a digital seminar where Ellinor gives more examples and describes different aspects of the issue.