Imagine Castlegate showcases work by The University of Sheffield in the Castlegate area of Sheffield, in collaboration with local organisations and community groups, from Sept 2014 to Sept 2015.
September 2015 / funded by The University of Sheffield City and Cultural Engagement Office and in partnership with Sheffield City Council’s City Regeneration Department
The book explores how a mixture of vibrancy events, real and speculative projects are transforming Castlegate. These include design projects from the School of Architecture and the Department of Landscape, as well as the engagement projects ReMake Castlegate, Castlegate Festival and Sheffield Bazaar. Designed and produced by Live Works, 750 copies of the publication have been distributed across the University of Sheffield, Castlegate stakeholders, and national and international networks.
The book was launched at the Workstation as part of the ‘City Debate’ in Sept 2015, hosted by the School of Architecture and featuring key speakers Tina Saaby, Copenhagen City Architect, Simon Ogden, Head of City Regeneration and Vanessa Toulmin, Director of City and Cultural Engagement.
Paul Evans, Studio Cocoa:
“I really like ‘Imagine Castlegate’ – it’s a wonderfully thoughtful reflection on the project and an impressive piece of work in its own right”