Feeling safe

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Feeling safe

People are more likely to build trusting and meaningful relationships in environments that feel safe.

From principle to strategies

  • Design places that are accessible and feel secure.

  • Implement collective approaches that allow neighbours to protect and take care of the community together.

  • Design spaces and information systems that help people intuitively way-find and interact with their environment.

Click the icons to see actions and rationale.

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Eyes on courtyards
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No leftover spaces
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Visual connections
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Social concierge
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Clear wayfinding

From principle to strategies

  • Design places that are accessible and feel secure.

  • Implement collective approaches that allow neighbours to protect and take care of the community together.

  • Design spaces and information systems that help people intuitively way-find and interact with their environment.

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