In 2011 I held a workshop called Cohabitable Architecture. This is based on research into creating structures that form unique relationships between humans and the other. In this case the other were bat species and we explored both urban and rural interventions under the umbrella of Fritz Haeg’s Animal Estates project held at ARUP Phase II space, London.
For an extensive documentation of the brief and the work please go to Cohabitablearchitecture
This is the first of many workshops aimed at reconsidering spaces where the primary occupant/client is not human.