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Temporary Swimming Pool in Arthur Verona Street
Bucharest (Romania), 2012
FINALIST 2014
In the three days of a summer festival, a street normally occupied by cars becomes home to a swimming pool made from rented pallets and waterproof canvas so that residents can enjoy having contact with water.
Renovation of the Baluard del Príncep
Palma (Spain), 2013
FINALIST 2014
The demolition of three military buildings constructed in the 1960s made it possible to recover the previously inaccessible Baluard del Príncep (Prince’s Bastion) as an open public space with privileged views over the sea.

Shared Spaces

“Cities have costs and problems but they also have experimental spaces where solutions may be found”
Interview with Ulrich Beck
Shared Spaces speaks with Ulrich Beck, professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
“We must make a new version of ourselves if we are to remake places”
Interview with Zygmunt Bauman
Shared Spaces speaks with Zygmunt Bauman, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Leeds and the University of Warsaw.

Periscope

30 Graffiti Epigrams by Banksy
Banksy is probably one of the most famous and controversial urban artists in recent times. While his identity may be unknown, his murals are recognised by citizens around the world. Their most notable feature is their criticism of present-day society.
Cinema and Urban Conflicts: Fiction as a Real Estate Register
Ficción Inmobiliaria is a short film consisting of material from fictional films in which problems related with housing are present or glimpsed in the plot. New York, London, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Madrid and Naples are among the city locations from the different films.