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Nørreport Station
Copenhagen (Denmark), 2015 | FINALIST 2016
The chaotic esplanade covering Denmark’s oldest subterranean station through which around 165,000 people move every day, has been redesigned to house a bus terminal, parking for more than two thousand bicycles and a pedestrian zone connected with the medieval streets of the old city centre.
Protection Building of the Genovés Park
Cádiz (Spain), 2015 | FINALIST 2016
A seafront esplanade invaded by parked cars is replaced by an elongated building that shelters the Genovés park from winds, while containing public bathrooms, changing rooms and cultural facilities and featuring an elevated viewpoint overlooking the bay of Cadiz.
Temporary Bridge over the Charleroi Canal
Brussels (Belgium), 2014 | FINALIST 2016
An non-profit urban festival claims the connection of two districts of uneven social conditions on both sides of the canal by means of an ephemeral bridge made with the standard components of a construction crane.

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“Public space should be seen in in its dual symbolic and material dimensions as a common good belonging to citizens.”
Interview with Raquel Rolnik
Professor Rolnik warns of the dangers of losing public space in cities governed by the logic of privatisation.

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The exhibition “Shared Cities 2016” is presented at the Pilsen Landscape Festival 2017
“Shared Cities: European Prize for Urban Public Space 2016” |
21 June to 20 September 2017 | Landscape Festival, Pilsen, Czech Republic
The exhibition of the last European Prize for Urban Public Space, “Shared Cities, 2016”, will be open to the public until 20 September as part of the Pilsen Landscape Festival 2017 in the Czech Republic.

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“Public space can become dangerous in a heat wave.”
Interview with Jean-Paul Vanderlinden
Professor Vanderlinden warns of the vulnerability of public space in cities during heat waves brought about by climate change.

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What will Life be like in a Greener City?
A report by the global network of experts AECOM stresses the value of “Green Infrastructures” and their role in favouring photosynthesis as a step towards achieving “brilliant cities”.

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Cities in the Hands of Global Finance
Next Thursday 8 June 18:30 at the CCCB, Raquel Rolnik  will analyse the transformation of cities in the age of financial capitalism and will consider why fundamental political values such as dissent and heterogeneity are being left outside the urban space.

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Could Urban Farms Be the Preschools of the Future?
The farm, Nursery Fields Forever, is the vision of aut- -aut, a group of four architects. Their proposal for a preschool on an urban farm took first prize at this year’s AWR International Ideas Competition; the challenge centered around designing a nursery school model for London.