A base of knowledge that brings neighbors together to make real-life decisions. Design guidelines for everyone to imagine an enjoyable city together
A design toolkit to explore the limits and opportunities your city offers. Methods for everyone to discuss livable cities with each other.
A sharing platform that empowers designers, citizens, and municipal actors to think holistically with artworks and design ideas of over 150 contributors.
A deck-of-cards designed to share a vocabulary and a set of solutions to discuss public space design. A game to make you take action like facilitating workshops with citizens or participating in a public space transformation.
Use HEY! Imaginable Guidelines Card Game to open up conversations around the issues in your neighborhood. You are equipped to co-design a beloved, fluid and more livable city.
Propose a schematic urban design solution.
Reach-out to actors needed for change.
Identify the resources and expertise needed to move forward. (allow the topic cards to guide you!)
Commission a designer, engineer, or look into crowd-funding platforms, communicate your ideas to everyone and develop your network!
Reach out to NGO’s, neighborhood organizations, your local municipality: seek out and learn the options available to realize your city design solutions. Your local ‘Muhtar’ or neighborhood association is a good starting point.
Send us your custom guideline for your stated problem or share a new topic you deem to be pertinent.
Izmir Architectural Association Launch Event
October 3, 2018
Invited for the Architecture Week events hosted at the Izmir Architecture Center, we launched the newly printed card deck with a talk by project founder Alexis Şanal and intense workshop session for architecture students. Event was a success, we left Izmir with plans to implement a custom deck of cards specifically for Izmir.
Launch event at Alt Art Space
October 22, 2018, Bomonti, Istanbul
Founder Alexis Şanal presented the project and conducted a workshop for the students from ITU Department of Architecture.
Event generated a space for discussion within education.