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Future
envisioning
breakfasts
Brainstorming Session
what is liveable cities

City Analysis
Methodology
Policy and
Governance

Resources

Wellbeing

Future
Visions

Ecosystem
...
what are the breakfasts?

Future
Visions

the aim of the breakfast
is to provide design
briefing to the radical
engineerin...
what are the breakfasts?

Future
Visions

the aim of the breakfast
is to provide design
briefing to the radical
engineerin...
the future city of retail
the future city of healthcare
the future city of art
the future city of ...

a common vision?
si...
time
Voros (2003)

possible

now

plausible

probable

the futures cone
time
Voros (2003)

preferable

possible

now

plausible

probable

the futures cone
preferable

possible

now

plausible

probable

the futures cone

time
Voros (2003)

this is what we are
interested in!
three Steps
Objectives

questions

1. Understanding the structure of the
sector today

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What does the sector do?...
why do we need a hand :)

we need to
get out of
here!

now

and help
participants
to think more
radically
time
Voros (2003...
why do we need a hand :)

we need to
get out of
here!

now

we need learn tools
and methods to go
from here to there

and ...
thank you for
the help!
Serena Pollastri
s.pollastri@lancaster.ac.uk
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Future envisioning breakfasts. Methodology brainstorm.

This is a presentation I made to explain what the Future envisioning breakfasts are, and what we are trying to achieve.
We are trying to develope a specific methodology to incentivize a thinking process that will allow participants to think about different visions of the future in terms of the main elements of their sector and their requirements from the urban environment.
The brainstorm will help our team to collect ideas on tools and methods to use with participants.

This activities are a part of the Liveable Cities project.
For further information: http://liveablecities.org.uk/

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Future envisioning breakfasts. Methodology brainstorm.

  1. 1. Future envisioning breakfasts Brainstorming Session
  2. 2. what is liveable cities City Analysis Methodology Policy and Governance Resources Wellbeing Future Visions Ecosystem Services Economic Viability Energy Liveable Cities is a 5-year research project about making cities low carbon and enhancing quality of life and wellbeing. The project is run jointly between the Universities of Birmingham, Lancaster, Southampton and University College London. research topics
  3. 3. what are the breakfasts? Future Visions the aim of the breakfast is to provide design briefing to the radical engineering group. On November 7th, experts from the retail sector will draft scenarios of their future city.
  4. 4. what are the breakfasts? Future Visions the aim of the breakfast is to provide design briefing to the radical engineering group. On November 7th, experts from the retail sector will draft scenarios of their future city. We are organising a series of breakfasts. We will invite experts from health care, poets, artists, lawyers etc.
  5. 5. the future city of retail the future city of healthcare the future city of art the future city of ... a common vision? similarities&contrasts? what IS THE EXPECTED OUTCOME?
  6. 6. time Voros (2003) possible now plausible probable the futures cone
  7. 7. time Voros (2003) preferable possible now plausible probable the futures cone
  8. 8. preferable possible now plausible probable the futures cone time Voros (2003) this is what we are interested in!
  9. 9. three Steps Objectives questions 1. Understanding the structure of the sector today 1. What does the sector do? Who is involved? Where does it do it? How does it do it? 1.2. How has the sector evolved? Interacting with what elements (eg. Political choices influence the sector etc.) 2. Imagining 2. Imagine “preferable” futures for the sector. What will be the major changes? How will it be structured? 3. Radical envisioning 3. Participants’ minds must be challenged to think outside the boundaries of their imagination to conceive ideas beyond what is considered possible or acceptable. 1 2 3 2h
  10. 10. why do we need a hand :) we need to get out of here! now and help participants to think more radically time Voros (2003)
  11. 11. why do we need a hand :) we need to get out of here! now we need learn tools and methods to go from here to there and help participants to think more radically time Voros (2003)
  12. 12. thank you for the help! Serena Pollastri s.pollastri@lancaster.ac.uk

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