We went to Amsterdam City Hall today where we continued to learn about the type of research Pinar talked about last week. Dr. Caroline Nevejan is the Chief Science Officer for Gemeente Amsterdam. She works in design and urban experience which includes rhythm research. Just as something like blood pressure can affect what we do as a person, rhythm measurements can affect what we do as society. She uses the study of city ecology to connect policy, research, and design. We were delighted to use the framework she designed to practice examining the dimensions of time, place, relation, and action in a library scenario.
More rhythm: YUTPA
Dr. Nevejan explains the YUTPA framework