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  • PC Caritas

    PC Caritas

    Melle (Belgium), 2016

    Somewhere between a closed building and open space, an old psychiatric hospital pavilion has been partially saved from demolition to offer a peaceful refuge for patients, their families, and people walking in the public park surrounding it.

  • Renovation of Skanderbeg Square

    Renovation of Skanderbeg Square

    Tirana (Albania), 2017

    The main square of Tirana has been renovated with multi-coloured paving made with stones from different parts of the country.

  • Poblenou "Superblock"

    Poblenou "Superblock"

    Barcelona (Spain), 2017

    A series of tactical urbanism operations has pedestrianised a “superblock”—nine blocks in the grid-designed Eixample district—in a pilot test of a future large-scale strategy for reclaiming public space from private vehicles and making it available for public transport, bicycles and pedestrians.

  • Zollverein Park

    Zollverein Park

    Essen (Germany), 2019

    After two decades of work, an old mining operation which was closed at the end of the twentieth century and subsequently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site is now a large park combining industrial archaeology, green landscape, leisure installations, and cultural facilities.

  • Cuyperspassage


    Amsterdam (Netherlands), 2016

    A new underground tunnel, more than a hundred metres long and decorated with Delft Blue tiles representing fragments of Dutch naval history, provides cyclists and pedestrians with a connection from the old city centre to quays on the IJ River waterfront.

  • Stage


    Dnipro (Ukraine), 2017

    Several cultural groups of musicians, poets, and visual artists organise to carry out a temporary renovation of a Stalinist-era amphitheatre in the city’s central park by means of crowdfunding, collaborative design, and “self-construction” teamwork.