Against the backdrop of IABR–2016, the Hackable City will conclude its international comparative research project on new modes of collaborative citymaking – with organizations from São Paulo, Athens, and Shenzhen and Buiksloterham.
Part mini-symposium, part workshop with experts, this exchange aims to consolidate our common understanding of collaborative city making: How can we involve existing stakeholders in city development? Does co-creation lead to a feeling of ownership and more involvement? How can these developments be perpetuated to create resilient cities in the future?
Speakers: Matthijs Bouw (One Architecture), Martijn de Waal (The Mobile City), Andréa Sender (Accupuntura Urbana), Dimitris Charitos & Louliani Theona (University of Athens, Laboratory of New Technologies in Communication), Indira van ‘t Klooster (A10 new European Architecture), Lot Mertens (Gemeente Rotterdam). Marjolijn Wilmink (MVO), Linda Vlassenrood (INTI)
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FRIDAY 24 JUNE
Time: 3-5 p.m.
Location: Fenixloods II, Paul Nijghkade 19, Rotterdam
Admission fee: none, provided you can produce a valid exhibition ticket