Activities per year
Chapter presents research on the nature of graphic design practice in an interdisciplinary environment in relation to site-specific urban spaces. The role of experiential learning and ways to better connect place theory with real skills for urban design are contextualised by our roles as educators and practitioners in our respective fields of graphic design architecture. Machine for Experiential Urban Learning (MEUL)represents the combined original output of the project so far, creative mechanisms for teaching, learning and investigating about place inexisting urban environments.
|Title of host publication||Machine for Experiential Urban Learning|
|Place of Publication||Belfast|
|Publication status||Published - 6 Sep 2012|
Research Output per year
McComish, L. (2012). Visual Communication:Pedagogy, Practice and the URB project. In Machine for Experiential Urban Learning (Vol. 500, pp. 79-103). PLACE. http://uir.ulster.ac.uk/23373/1/MEUL_riad.pdf