How we might build a better city, together.
This exhibition should interest everyone who cares about the future of their city.
We’re exploring 50 ideas for making Sheffield an even better place to live, including self-build housing, off-grid living and innovative new uses for some famous city landmarks.
Every year, the University of Sheffield’s School of Architecture carries out projects in the city, working with communities to explore new approaches to urban development. 50 Ideas brings ten years of those projects together in one place.
Passionate, positive, sometimes controversial, 50 Ideas will get people talking.
You can access the 50 Ideas for Sheffield exhibition via the entrance for CADS on Smithfield, Sheffield S3 7AR.
The new main entrance for CADS is on Snow Lane, Sheffield S3 7AL.
About the team
SKINN is a not-for-profit development agency for Shalesmoor, Kelham Island and Neepsend areas. It was founded by University of Sheffield architecture graduates Ivan Rabodzeenko and Jekaterina Porohina.
Dr Cristina Cerulli is a lecturer at the University’s School of Architecture. Her research interests include social enterprise and sustainable housing. Cristina is also a director of Studio Polpo, a non-profit architecture agency. Much of Cristina’s teaching, research and practice focuses on community projects in Sheffield.