PUF currently teach a master-course Production of Space in the Digital Age (specialization in Critical Urban Studies), which results will be presented in series of excursions at the end of May 2013 (JUST 3).
Posts Tagged ‘temporary use’
Article > From a Patchwork of Territories to a Network of Collective Spaces , PEAR magazine (Paper for Emerging Architectural Research), Issue 5: Medellín Through a Kaleidoscope, London, January 2013.
The radical transformation of Medellín’s cityscape has been recognised internationally, through dramatic pictures of cable-cars flying over shantytowns, spectacular Library Parks designed by prominent architects and most recently the installation of a public escalator in the most violent barrio of the city. Furthermore, the Medellín-model has become a desirable path of development for many Latin American cities, embedded in social inequality, weak infrastructure and high rates of criminality.
K67_Urban Router is a mobile platform for investigation of digital public space, offering offline-intranet as a basic infrastructure for diverse cultural formats, ranging from collective mapping till tools for over passing juridical obstacles of free sharing. Situated in the upgraded Kiosk-K67, this offline-hub provides collectively created digital items and services, and it is accessible exclusively on the site. So-called ‘Kiosk-Cloud’ became interface for exchange and tool for engaging in the production of the socio-spatial configuration of the site.
Competition proposal for Kiki Blofeld location at the Spree River, Berlin, Jan 2011
Publicly accessible, open-air 1:1 showroom in the homeland of temporary use. BCTA represents incubator of vivid local temporary-use scene, in which knowledge exchange platform replace beach-bar concept. Time-based toolbox serves both as dynamic planning instrument and interface for advanced forms of participation.
The project „Evolutive City—Planning for Uncertain Cities“ was a comprehensive attempt to find innovative solutions to post-war complexities in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the light of temporary planning interventions. The project touches in its way upon several overlapping issues such as planning in a vague legal framework, structural changes in housing and land ownership, and various types of spatial abuse within a stringent economic and social framework. The project indirectly discusses a notion of „reconstruction,“ given the dynamics of the transitions that occurred in Bosnia and Herzegovina before, during and after the war.
With Romana Mandeganja during Kolleg UN Urbanism