ProstoRož explores, examines and opens new possibilities of public space use in accordance with the needs of its inhabitants and tries to reveal how sometimes minimal means and small interventions are enough to present the city’s inhabitants and visitors with pleasant spaces for hanging out, playing or working in the open air. The interventions are not mere artistic installations in public areas but also in-depth searching for new city planning options of space use. They believe that in applying the appropriate approach to space planning as well as appropriate contents the amount of various forms of vandalism in public areas can be reduced.
It is a continuous project of public space cultivation, its their goal to develop a method of reviving and arranging of the degraded urban spaces. In doing this, they involve experts from various fields of spatial planning, architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, nature conservation, cultural heritage and tourism. Their space interventions are always followed by public discussions in which they try to include experts as well as laymen.
The team includes young architects and designers aiming to draw attention to certain areas in the city. With those interventions, they contribute shaping a well planned and relaxed city with functional urban spaces.