At Pontio, in North Wales, a new Masters by Research in Relational Design(#api_MRRD) helps you make a positive step-change in a live wellness project for a region. Here is a project scenario.
When the first botanical gardens were established 3,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, they combined scientific enquiry with public education.
Today’s botanical gardens, ecomuseums – and, in the UK especially, #National Parks – are looking for new ways to engage citizens – and as active participants, not just as paying visitors. These new relationships need to be designed, enabled and supported.
One #api_MRRD project scenario could be to work with Tregorth Botanic Garden (top); develop new relationships; and design a platform to enable them.
is needed in national parks the world over. An inspiring example of this approach was envisaged by @DubberlyDesign in their project Engaging members to re-imagine National Geographic