The following cities have active City Embassies today. Their number is expanding rapidly.
City Makers all over Europe are formulating alternative answers to a variety of problems
Commodity scarcity is one the most pressing challenges of our time. The answer? Discard linear thinking and embrace the circular economy.
Turning Consumers into Makers
Is our democracy in transition?
How is the position of women in urban areas transitioning?
What is happening in the other European cities?
A new approach to redevelopment
The quality of public spaces contributes to people’s health, happiness, and well being
Local solutions for food issues
Citymaking in 2016 and beyond.
Network of cooperative area developers in Europe
Auróra utca 11, Budapest
A starting point for new democratic practices in Hungary
Kazinczy utca 14, Budapest
The biking community teams up to help people in need
Blaha Lujza tér 1, Budapest
A cultural, civic community and co-working space.
Bartók Béla út 10-12., Budapest
Reactivating vacant space in Budapest
Introducing bottom-up community gardens to Budapest.
Trend-setting cult site in a simple garden.
Erzsébet tér 13, Budapest
State-owned Design Incubator.
District VII, Budapest
A weekly meal for people in need, provided by the night-life district of Budapest.
Margit utca 9, Budapest
A little piece of the countryside in the heart of Buda.
Jurányi utca 1-3, Budapest
An old school building turned in to an art incubator.
Budapest Roosevelt tér 1, Budapest
Don't deny the Donabue.
District XXII, Budapest
A site to keep an eye on.