Norm-creative visualization in urban development
A preliminary study, “Norm-creative visualization in urban development,” was conducted in 2015-2016. Now you can take part in the handbook and the guide produced in the project.
A preliminary study, Norm-creative visualization in urban development, was conducted in 2015-2016. The study shows that visualizations used in urban development processes are frequently stereotypical in terms of age, gender, functional range and ethnicity. However it also demonstrates the potential to use visualizations to highlight and pursue norm-critical perspectives in urban development processes in order to achieve innovative norm-creative solutions.
Handbook and guide
There is now a manual and a guide to download. There you can read the background to the project and take part in the tactics that are suggestions for how to work practically with norm-critical visualization.
- Funded by Vinnova
- The feasibility study lasted from 2015-2016
- The project lasted 2017-2019
The project is being run by: Visual Arena, Lindholmen Science Park, in collaboration with White arkitekter, Skanska, RISE and Chalmers Architecture. Collectively, the parties represent research, implementation and dissemination.
Responsible for the development work: Marcus Jahnke, RISE, firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible for follow-up research: Julia Fredriksson, Chalmers Arkitektur, email@example.com