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PUBLIC SPACE AND PEOPLE online workshop | CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

Category: ⚐ EN+dreamhamar+urban social design

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image based on a photo by Gunnar Bothner-By (Flickr)

We would like to invite students, designers and creatives from all over the world to participate in dreamhamar online workshops.

The workshops focus on network learning and network design applied to a specific case study – the design of a public space: Stortorget Square in Hamar, Norway.

Via the workshops, participants will be able to be part of an international network of professionals and talented people. The aim is to develop and share ideas about the design of the square.

Please find below the details of the first of dreamhamar online workshops:

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Common Place | Public Space 2.0

Category: ⚐ EN+architecture+critical city

Orizzontale group set out to intervene once again in the borough of Pigneto in order to bring an abandoned square back to life.

“Reactivating a place for the community, playing with the borders.”

“Imagining a different place, talking with the citizens.” continue reading

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Mobile community garden

Category: ⚐ EN+city+mobility+the environment

The Dutch artist Anne Chienmeier has already done small gardens on the bus roofs and airplanes. And her last project is movable community garden. Citizens can take it directly continue reading

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Mobile community garden

Category: ⚐ EN+city+mobility+the environment

The Dutch artist Anne Chienmeier has already done small gardens on the bus roofs and airplanes. And her last project is movable community garden. Citizens can take it directly continue reading

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Imitated nature in Tokyo

Category: ⚐ EN+city+the environment

The typical characteristic of modern Japanese cities, most evident in Tokyo, is a chaotic, patchwork-like, urban environment filled with high-density residential and commercial areas close to industrial plants. Tokyo is known for hypermodern architecture, skyscrapers and looks like a future city. But how do people actually live in this concrete urbanity? continue reading

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Playgrounds for kids in The Netherlands

Category: ⚐ EN+city+design

Carve is a dutch design firm that focuses on the planning of public space, particularly for use by children and young people. They create innovative and playful playground/park equipment. One of the most amazing projects continue reading