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Simeon Shtebunaev is a PhD Student currently works at the School of Engineering and the Built Environment, Birmingham City University. Their current project is 'Project title: Envisioning, designing and shaping the future cities: citizens and innovative practices in planning European Cities'.
Young people are often seen as “future citizens” and therefore relegated to a back seat in the planning process, awaiting their coming of age. Recent digital transformations in planning have brought new consultation processes but also created a digital divide and conflicting agendas. This article engages with youth, specifically teenagers, a hetero...
The Climate Action Game project was a co-design and play research project concepted in light of COP26. We worked with thirteen young people aged 14-18 from Balsall Health, Birmingham from November to December 2021 in a co-design process to develop a climate action board game. The project aimed to understand how aware young people are of the impact...
This paper looks at the intersections between reflective practice and architectural education on the fringes of the secondary school system of Bulgaria, a post-communist country. It explores how engagement by architectural practitioners can supplement the national school curriculum in stages where behaviourist learning theories dominate teaching pr...
The study aims to develop a more bottom-up approach and complete a picture of what is happening on the ground. The study is a field research project conducted in the Summer of 2016. The field research findings have not been peer-reviewed. It looks at understanding to what extend citizens are aware and engaged with the digital initiatives that citi...
This paper is concerned with the methods and practices in architectural education and specifically with the Live Projects module at the Sheffield School of Architecture. The module asks students to work on solutions with clients, delivering architectural services while a tutor assumes a background consultant role. The paper studies the tutor-studen...