Live Project love: building a framework for Live Projects

Ruth Morrow

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    Abstract

    Live projects adopt a wide range of approaches: design/ build, community engagement, participation, protest, analysis, etc. They are driven by tutors with passion, expertise and the ability to manage risk, in ways that exhibit fluency and high levels of skill. They also offer sites of student-led and community co-learning, can support research, demonstrate ‘impact’ and satisfy universities’ policies on outreach. Whilst the breadth and reach of Live Projects is now demonstrably wide, we still fail to fully locate Live Projects within a pedagogical context, tending instead to limit our descriptions and hence analysis to the architectural process and outcome. This failure to locate Live Projects within a pedagogical framework means we still struggle to encapsulate, critique, progress, and indeed, elevate the work.

    This chapter draws on some of the case studies presented in recent papers and international conferences in order to provide educators with signposts and important overviews around which and in respect to they can develop their own pedagogical frameworks.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationArchitecture Live Projects: Pedagogy into Practice
    EditorsHarriet Harriss, Lynnette Widder
    Place of PublicationLondon, England
    PublisherTaylor and Francis
    Pagesxviii-xxiii
    Number of pages5
    ISBN (Print)9780415733618, 9780415733526
    Publication statusPublished - 12 May 2014

    Bibliographical note

    Follow on from a Key-Note speak at Conference in Ox Brookes - May 2012

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