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Archive

"Schaustelle", experimental exhibition space München
München (Germany), 2013
While the Pinakothek der Moderne was closed for reforms, a temporary scaffolding structure of some twenty metres high explored new ways of exhibiting art while providing a venue for workshops, film screenings and public events.
Danish Maritime Museum
Helsingør (Denmark), 2013
An old dry dock in the Kronborg Castle shipyard, forsaken witness to its industrial past, has been transformed into a courtyard giving natural light and access to the new underground Danish National Maritime Museum.

Shared Spaces

“The city has something in common with a prison when it never ends”
Interview with Marina Garcés
Shared Spaces converses with the philosopher Marina Garcés, lecturer at the University of Zaragoza and founding member of the collective project “Espai en Blanc”.

News

"Dynamics and complexity in management, design and activation of public space"
2 October 2014, 7 p.m.│CCCB, Classroom 2│Spanish
The urban planner Jordi Borja and the political scientist Joan Subirats will present the postgraduate course entitled "Public space: Urban policies ans citizenship"

Periscope

Must public space be designed?
The French newspaper Libération assesses Agora biennale in Bordeaux, which has been attended by the Prize and has fostered reflection and debate on public space.
"paesaggio.it", a new web platform on landscaping
On October 25th, for its twentieth anniversary, the ACMA Centre for Italian Architecture will introduce to the public "paesaggio.it", a new web platform created to share landscaping contents.