Empowering Design Practices is a five-year collaborative research project exploring how community-led design can help empower those who look after historic places of worship to create more open, vibrant and sustainable places that respect and enhance their heritage.
The project is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
EXPLORE OUR AREAS OF WORK
A round up of our activities and resources since the summer is given in our latest EDP e-Newsletter #7
We are offering a free study tour on the 19th of January in Liverpool, to learn from the Mossley Hill Church remodelling project. For more information and to book your space visit our Eventbrite page.
On the blog
Gaming as a design engagement tool, by Grace Crannis
Working with film for community engagement, by Vera Hale