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
In a time when young professionals in London are struggling to afford housing, new flats are build built in the city’s hype neighbourhoods exclusively for residents ages 55 and over.
Temporary use and access to vacant urban properties
How are Amsterdam and Aleppo related? What lessons from the past can help us understand the future?
Syrian and Dutch experts were invited to shares their thoughts, ideas and memories in order to begin a dialogue focussed on rebuilding a new, old Aleppo.
Aleppo is on its way of becoming the new urban experiment of the 21st century. The question is, what does it actually mean to rebuilt the city?
Exploring the underground youth culture and city-making in Budapest together with the Enter the Void collective
Africa Shafted and Torre David - two documentaries about community living in urban sky-towers
via della viola, Perugia
High quality movies and music for the promotion of an old part of Perugia.
Creating locally productive and globally connected self-sufficient cities
In their efforts to fight displacement and gentrification, London citizens are coming up with their own alternative: Community Land Trusts. It appears the government is listening.
Ippocrate Street 45, Milan
The former asylum of Milan now lives as a place for inclusion.
Moving a town offers insightful prospects for urban development and architecture. Taking the physical aspect aside, the question arises as to how can you move a town’s spirit and identity?