Decision-Making – Place Making: Frameworks, Processes and Practices

Salama, A. (Invited speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference


Presentation Title: Questioning Participation and the value of the triadic paradigm of “conceived-perceived-lived” space As part of the conference on Decision-Making – Place Making: Frameworks, Processes and Practices, organized jointly by Department of Architecture (Faculty of Engineering) and the Department of Management Science (Strathclyde Business School), University of Strathclyde, this presentation placed emphasis on the following points 1. An overview: Bringing the idea of place into participatory place making practices 2. Mapping participatory design/planning into the triadic paradigm of conceived/perceived/lived space 3. Examples of collaborative processes: tools / techniques 4. Concluding key points on place making and participation
Period17 Jun 2016
Event typeConference
LocationGlasgow, United Kingdom


  • place making
  • participatory design
  • user engagement techniques
  • place enabling
  • architecture
  • urban planning
  • strategic facility programming