Chantal Scoubeau - Jean-Luc Calonger
Amel Bouakaz - AMCV
Closed to the main shopping area the space had a lot of strengths: next to the House of Culture, calm... This garden is however not known and deserted by the inhabitants of Namur.
The Jardin de la Maison de la Culture can inspires you an activity which fit to the House of Culture's environment. Are you a storyteller? Do you want to handle a draw class, paint, music? A programmation can be settled with the activities that YOU'll propose!
Submit via comments all your ideas & proposals for the public space!
Claire Albaret - AMCV
After its kick off in March 2011, INTERREG IVB project Lively Cities starts now the pilot tests stage until the end of 2012.
It's about fifteen spaces in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and United Kingdom which have been sift trought. Counting, public consultations, surveys, on site interviews, SWOT analyses (Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)... led by partners together & separately, allow us to create a profile of eash public space in order to define their positionning and identity.
Paula Goncalves - Brighton & Hove City Council
Architects, designers, artists and events people are being invited to design a new space in Brighton!
The objective is to turn the street and small park in front of the majestic St Bartholomew's Church into a successful and well-used space. The area is part of the wider regeneration of the London Road area of the city.
From 12 January, the council is looking for a pilot design that will be tested out this autumn, with the most successful features becoming permanent fixtures. Local people will be actively involved in helping to choose the final design and features and experiencing the new space. What are the next steps?
Amel Bouakaz - AMCV
Welcome on the Lively Cities' blog, an INTERREG IVB European project to give back public space to communities.
You'll discover the partners' work, the meetings with involved communities, the public spaces' evolution, various pilot tested, actions implemented, etc....
This blog is an opportunity to know more about place making and place management, overseas concepts leaning on re-thinking public space according to users and not only design, by taking into account actual or potential users.
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