STUDIO POP IS CELEBRATING WITH YOU THAT WE ARE A NEW COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY ASSOCIATION FOR GLASGOW, SCOTLAND AND EUROPE JUNE 2016
June 23, 2016
Start date: June 23, 2016
Institution: Company House Scotland
Status: Active Company number: SC538755
Company type: Community Interest Company (CIC)
This summer is memorable for us. We want to thank all Scottish organisations and people who have supported and guided to succeed in this fascinating journey.
The STUDIO POP's activities work alongside people to creatively co-design public spaces, art installations and dwellings that are green, healthy, safe, enjoyable and convivial. Our expertise is in engaging with culturally diverse communities in creative ways to empower change, collaboration, synergies, interactions and mutual support to provide nature-based solutions enhance the resilience of human settlements and build community cohesion. We are also leaders in social interaction and design innovation for social cohesion, environmental recovery strategies, urban ecology, inclusive habitat regeneration, ecological design, participatory pedagogies and research by tackling the role of ‘place-making’ in meeting the environmental, social and cultural needs of diverse communities and their identities, potential and challenges.
STUDIO POP provides an ecological design platform, which focuses on resolving spatial, social and environmental problems in our habitats through the principles of urban resilience, service design and waste remaking (reuse, recycling and recovering) by empowering green, creative and healthy communities, enhancing our built environment and optimising co-design and collaborative work. We enhance human health, wellbeing and social cohesion. We will bring a broad range of design, social sciences and humanities disciplines such as urbanism, landscape, public art and systemic design studies and also trans-disciplinary and community-based approaches to think, play and make cultural diversity and public spaces including education, urban design, landscape ecology, horticulture, eco-design, service design, creative arts, cultural planning and community empowerment. These unique skills-sets allow us to support educational organisations, creative industry and local communities in the co-designing, co-development and co-implementation of visionary, systemic and transformative social ideas.