This collaborative research-design project proposes a counter mapping approach to reveal the living heritage of diaspora and queer communities in Sheffield that have been left out from official heritage narratives, urban policies and public space representations.
Synergies for Solidarity
This project focused on mapping of civil society collaborations and initiatives to face COVID-19 in self-built neighbourhoods. This collaborative work resulted in the definition of a decalogue that proposes a roadmap for the Latin American region as an imperative to structure a coordinated, effective and scaled action for upgrading self-built neighbourhoods.
Know: Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality
This project focuses on knowledge co-production as a tool to achieve urban equality and assesses how it can support the development and implementation of policies and planning in cities.
This website is part of our collaborative work to contribute to the recognition of everyday spatial practices in barrios populares as a living heritage of the city, and the agency of the Integral Neighborhood Upgrading (Mejoramiento Integral de Barrios) as a path for progressive urban planning and design. Moravia in Medellin is our site of…
This project explores the power of transmedia storytelling for trans-local urban learning anchoring on the slum upgrading experiences in Medellin, Colombia. It brings together methodological and pedagogical tools for advocating for shifting narratives about the intervention in self-managed neighbourhoods.
Yangon Stories is a collaborative research project aimed at documenting and bearing witness to the spatial violence in the city. The project attempts to mobilize action against further spatial violence and provide a basis of inquiry to the extent of which spatial violence impacts urban development and everyday life.