In this workshop we will explore the Place Standard, a new method to engage and empower people in co-creating urban space. Scottish Government, Architecture & Design Scotland and NHS Health Scotland have developed an interactive planning tool for all ages that considers place, health and equalities.
This talk explores the role of an architect or city maker as host, and how that lead to methods, for a self governed neighbourhood, using a case study ‘Roman Road public living room”. It takes on Derrida’s theories of conditional and absolute hospitality to describe settings in the city where guest - host relations play out.
zURBS invite on an audio tour with a unique possibility to experience how radical urban visions and plans have materialized and developed in some of the many possible futures. We explore the movement, the dreams, the absurdities and certainties of what some people call reality.
An afternoon of sharing knowledge and experience on activating empty buildings through community building in a Nordic context. Hands-on-experts from Norway, Sweden and Denmark will present and discuss both practical, strategic and academic perspectives
We will collectively built a raft that would manifest the industrial heritage of the site and it would act as a testing ground for a performative urban action. The raft will take us to a journey to link terrestrial and maritime narratives of Sydhavnen together shaped with local and international participants.
In the presentation we will illustrate a number of different projects and partnerships concerned with the energy transition in the Sydhavn district and how these relate to the overall energy transition of Copenhagen and Denmark.
You are invited for fridaybubbles, panel debate and workshop. The container as material and economic phenomenon will be explored at both micro- and macro-level, which will open for a further discussion about temporality and the development of the Copenhagen Harbour.
Activists and researchers present and reflect on protest actions, art projects and cultural spaces from Hamburg that are connected to the local right to the city network (Recht auf Stadt).