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Public Baths in the Port
Fåborg-Midtfyn (Denmark), 2014
Bathing piers built over the waters of the beautiful Faaborg fjord endow a previously neglected area of the port with a recreational, inclusive dimension.
Harbour Market
Vodice (Croatia), 2015
The old market of this coastal town is restructured under a new open porch which improves its direct relationship with daily life in the port.
"R-Urban": Network of Urban Commons
Colombes (France), 2014
A housing estate on the periphery of the city combats unemployment with a productive and ecological complex consisting of community food gardens, an experimental micro-farm, a market, cooperative workshops and spaces for storing and reusing recovered materials.

Shared Spaces (71)

“Public Space for me would be how the civic interacts with the production of knowledge”
The Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Rosi Braidotti, shed some light on the relation between the production of knowledge, the university, the city and public space.

UrbanScope (7)

The Dark Side of the Pale Face
Dark Side of the Greens | Anthony Baxter │ United Kingdom, Croatia | 2015 | 59:13 | English
This documentary probes the relationship between developers and local authorities who use golf as a smokescreen behind which to construct enormous luxury resorts with all the attendant deleterious effects on the environment and protests by local residents.

News (399)

The Award-Giving Ceremony 2016
The event gathered local and international experts on urban planning, design and architecture as well as public authorities and policy makers in a festive environment to celebrate the new efforts to rethink and design urban public spaces.

Periscope (395)

Solidarność Square hosts #SavePolishWomen protests
The Solidarność Square in Szczecin, Joint Winner in 2016, has been a scenario of massive protests that have flooded Poland during last week. Thousands of women have boycotted work and, dressed in black and under the slogan #SavePolishWomen, they have taken the streets in protest against a plan to ban abortions.
"In the End: Architecture"
To mark the retirement of founding director Dietmar Steiner, the Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W) is an exhibition that takes a look at sixty years of international architecture history while making current, inspiring movements for change palpable.
"If You Don't Have Organised Movements, Segregation Gets Worse"
Kathrin Golda-Pongratz interviewed Teresa Caldeira during the international conference Contested Cities about the importance of urban policies to adress big capital and gentrification processes. [Video | English]