My research aims to test how the participatory co-creation methodology can help to solve different urban issues, and wants to show some practicalities to organisers about how to set up a Urban Living Lab to involve stakeholders in a co-creation process. This research involved both the study of the state of the art, but also some practical work to experience which are the positive results and found criticalities. The study of the state of the art gave me a more complete comprehension of the situation in which my research is framed, and it included: the Scandinavian ‘cooperative design’ in the ‘60s; De Carlo participatory design of the Terni project; the concept of ‘Participatory design’ in the USA during the ‘70s; Siza and the SAAL process in the ‘70s; the ‘User-centred design’ concept by Donald Dorman in the ‘80s; the idea of ‘Participatory budgeting’ in Portugal from the 2000 on. The methodology has been that of ‘practice-led’. In my work, I applied the co-creation methodology in different urban environments to: check which practices can be considered good or bad; cross data collected from the state of the art and the field research; compare collected data. The research I have done focused on an European Research Project, funded under the JPI Urban Europe, called LOOPER (Learning Loops in the Public Realm) which applies the learning loop to the co-design process. A comparison background case was used as well: the planning of the City of Sports in San Donà di Piave (Italy). This research has the ambition of creating a new way of decision-making which brings together all stakeholders, including policymakers, that iteratively learn how to address urban challenges. This then results in an implemented co-design process since stakeholders in the end are called to evaluate what they have done. Future implementations of my research would allow the creation of a complete set of guidelines that can be used to solve different urban issues, by triggering the co-creation methodology applied within Urban Living Labs.

THE LOOPER CO-CREATION METHODOLOGY: ENHANCING URBAN TRANSFORMATION THROUGH PARTICIPATORY SENSING AND URBAN LIVING LABS IN LEARNING LOOPS / Scanagatta, Chiara. - (2020 Jun 23). [10.25432/scanagatta-chiara_phd2020-06-23]

THE LOOPER CO-CREATION METHODOLOGY: ENHANCING URBAN TRANSFORMATION THROUGH PARTICIPATORY SENSING AND URBAN LIVING LABS IN LEARNING LOOPS

SCANAGATTA, CHIARA
2020

Abstract

My research aims to test how the participatory co-creation methodology can help to solve different urban issues, and wants to show some practicalities to organisers about how to set up a Urban Living Lab to involve stakeholders in a co-creation process. This research involved both the study of the state of the art, but also some practical work to experience which are the positive results and found criticalities. The study of the state of the art gave me a more complete comprehension of the situation in which my research is framed, and it included: the Scandinavian ‘cooperative design’ in the ‘60s; De Carlo participatory design of the Terni project; the concept of ‘Participatory design’ in the USA during the ‘70s; Siza and the SAAL process in the ‘70s; the ‘User-centred design’ concept by Donald Dorman in the ‘80s; the idea of ‘Participatory budgeting’ in Portugal from the 2000 on. The methodology has been that of ‘practice-led’. In my work, I applied the co-creation methodology in different urban environments to: check which practices can be considered good or bad; cross data collected from the state of the art and the field research; compare collected data. The research I have done focused on an European Research Project, funded under the JPI Urban Europe, called LOOPER (Learning Loops in the Public Realm) which applies the learning loop to the co-design process. A comparison background case was used as well: the planning of the City of Sports in San Donà di Piave (Italy). This research has the ambition of creating a new way of decision-making which brings together all stakeholders, including policymakers, that iteratively learn how to address urban challenges. This then results in an implemented co-design process since stakeholders in the end are called to evaluate what they have done. Future implementations of my research would allow the creation of a complete set of guidelines that can be used to solve different urban issues, by triggering the co-creation methodology applied within Urban Living Labs.
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