Research is part of our process of developing work, all projects proceed as a process of enquiry. We are interested in asking questions about how we imagine futures, how we relate to history and the environment and how we create agency for citizens. We have created exhibitions, conferences and publications for: Tate Britain, the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Centre for Contemporary Arts in the Natural World (CCANW), the National Portrait Gallery, The Architecture Foundation and Bridgwater Arts Centre.

Juliet Bidgood - architecture / urban design

CIAM6 – Cities Reimagined

Juliet Bidgood - architecture / urban design

Inspiring Futures – Timber Architecture

Juliet Bidgood - architecture / urban design

Glastonbury – Instant City

Talks and Publications include:

2020 Future Place: What’s the Future of Place? RIBA Academy

2020 Movement and the National Design Guide, Creating Excellence

2019 Glastonbury Instant City: Spatial Practices – M. Dodd (ed.), Modes of Action and Engagement in the City, pp. 137-146, Routledge

2018 Competition Culture in Europe: Voices, Project Compass for the Venice Biennale

2017 West Country Modern: Reinterpreting Modernism for the 21st Century, The Arnolfini, Bristol

2017 Alison and Peter Smithson: Ideas, Impact, Architecture, Bath University

2016 CIAM6, Making Places: A toolkit for relationship-based place making, MELA

2010 CABE: Making Competitions Work, web edition.

2010 CABE: Creating Excellent Buildings, web edition.

2007 CCANW: Inspiring Futures, European Timber Architecture for the 21st Century.

2007 CABE: Actions for Housing Growth.

2006 CABE Space: It’s our space, a guide for community groups.

2001 This is what we do, a muf primer (Ellipsis, London)

1998 ‘Shared Ground’, in J. Hill (ed.), Occupying Architecture pp. 119-134, (Routledge, London)