Spatial Practices Programme

The Spatial Practices programme consists of the following courses:

Contested Space

22-25 June 2016

The Spatial Practices Programme at Central Saint Martins is holding the final series of Contested Space, a forum that explores the complexity of current approaches to the production of space in the city. Contested Space is a platform for open-ended talks, and critical debates intended to promote an exchange of ideas and questions exploring conceptual and disciplinary boundaries, and asking social and political questions.

Contested Space takes place at a Round Table in the Crossing, at Granary Square, and is part of the Spatial Practices Degree Show.

Please visit the individual event pages at the links below to find out more about the events that took place.

The right to the city: democracy and space
BA Architecture
Wednesday 22 June

Now what? Beyond the project
M ARCH Architecture/MA Architecture: Cities and Innovation
Friday 24 June 

The myths and realities of co-design
MA Narrative Environments
Saturday 25 June 

Further information and previous events

Spatial Practices Cross-Programme Projects

Course-Specific Projects

You can find details of projects undertaken by individual courses in the Spatial Practices programme on the relevant course pages via the links above. 

Spatial Practices Programme events