Analysing the spatial practices of students
As part of the case study in Lisbon, the C3Places Project organised in the period of May 27th to 30th, 2019 four sessions of public space design in the Secondary School Padre Antonio Vieira, in Alvalade. In order to boost awareness and to call the attention of all students to the workshop sessions, the Project team posed some questions about students’ spatial practices in a fun and informal way. A board called Tear de Ideas (Portuguese for loom of ideas) was placed in the school atrium containing seven multiple choice questions displayed in columns. For each school grade different coloured woollen yarn hang next to the questions; to answer the questions the students wrapped the yarn around the corresponding nail.
The results of the workshop are being analysed by the project team and will be discussed in the next partners’ project meeting to take place from September 17th to 19th, in Milano.
Further information about the Project can be seen at www.c3places.eu