Architecture and audiences

tateAs it’s announced that Tate Modern’s  new extension has been given the go ahead, and the upcoming Theatres Trust Conference will be looking at “how different approaches to theatre architecture attract and influence audiences in different ways”, I’ve been wondering what evidence exists about the relationship between visitor and building?

Of couse there’s been a wealth of information gathered in the museums and galleries sector about curating exhibitions, and the Photographer’s Gallery did some consultation with MHM before they relocated. We’ve touched on visitor opionions about the Design Museum as a space. But is there anything out there about actual audience engagement with the design of a building?

Do you know of any case studies relating to this? Let me know: emma@audienceslondon.org

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