Child-Friendly Urban Design project: two new publications
Published May 25, 2018
Over the last two years we funded the Child-Friendly Urban Design project to explore the role of public space in children’s lives at neighbourhood level in Eindhoven and Jerusalem. Two publications from this project are now available:
- Child-Friendly Urban Design: Observations on public space from Eindhoven (NL) and Jerusalem (IL) is a report on the project’s findings, including recommendations for better design of streets, public spaces and neighbourhoods to fit the needs of young children and their families.
- Mix & Match: Tools to design urban play is a toolkit of design interventions to create more inclusive play environments from the street to the neighbourhood.