'Cultural venues and producers face huge operational challenges due to Covid-19, plus new barriers for audiences. Tramway Revisited brings together specialists in architectural & digital experience design, health & safety...
"Cultural venues and producers face huge operational challenges due to Covid-19, plus new barriers for audiences. Tramway Revisited brings together specialists in architectural & digital experience design, health & safety and audience engagement to support the sector’s recovery.
McGinlay Bell architects are one of seven UK companies working together on this brand new digital project along with Stageport, Glasgow Tramway, ASE Consulting, Indigo, ISODesign and RVT Parametrix. The Sustainable Innovation Fund from Innovate UK is funding 1103 projects, 1069 UK businesses and totalling over £130 million in support across the UK.
As part of the Tramway Revistied project McGinlay Bell architects are developing detailed research assets that visually appraises the current (four-level system) Coronavirus guidance set out by the Scottish Government. Through the application of these relevant guidelines to existing spatial planning requirements, McGinlay Bell's research catalogues a series of building components and accurately documents the implications of physical distancing measures to assist cultural venues to effectively plan the use of their buildings under this guidance.
We have selected snapshot extracts of our metric data handbook collection to be presented, communicating a discursive gallery of 'billboard' art pieces which outline the implication of guidance on future theatrical, performance and exhibition events."