There are no miracle recipes, no manuals to be followed meticulously, and everyone recognizes that the top-down approach has failed. Public authorities more often than not fail or struggle to find solutions to these challenges. At the same time, a global movement of active citizenship is researching, experimenting and testing new behaviors, new activities and new services for their communities.
Design plays a crucial role in this new game.
How do you involve the greatest number of citizens and public authorities in the process of enhancing your neighborhood in a long-term process?
How can we facilitate the emergence of new forms of civic leadership that serve the Community?
What are the tools that can facilitate experiments to enhance under-utilized spaces or improve the quality of public spaces?
The second edition of Countless Cities will address these challenges through three new themes: Housing Diversity, Good Business, and Parkifying the Future.
Explores various types of individual and collective living for people with different means and in different stages of their lives.
Researches jobs and trades, especially regarding manual labor, that are able to fuel passion, territoriality and durability. Looks in particular at the social entrepreneurship commitment in finding innovative solutions that respond to social, environmental, economic and cultural challenges.
PARKIFYING THE FUTURE
Investigates new strategies to implement an education to the vegetal world, by re-constructing a new relationship between People and Plants and promoting the depaving of portions of the city to improve the quality of life of citizens.
I segni della rinascita
Contenuti a cura di Comune dell’Aquila, USRA, Accademia di Belle Arti, Università dell’Aquila, Gran Sasso Science Institute Enti sostenitori Comune dell’Aquila, USRA (Ufficio Speciale della Ricostruzione dell’Aquila), in collaborazione con ANCE L’Aquila (Associazione nazionale costruttori edili)
Call for volunteers
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Countless Cities received the Human City Design Award by the Seoul Design Foundation
Farm Cultural Park Countless Cities is the winner of the ‘Human City Design Award’. The prize is presented to designers or groups that have contributed to building a more harmonious and sustainable relationship between people and people, people and society, people and the environment, and people and nature by tackling urban environmental issues and by presenting a new vision through creative design.
A BIENNIAL INITIATIVE OF
FARM CULTURAL PARK
IN COLLABORATION WITH
QUID VICOLO LUNA / PALAZZO CAFISI
PUSH / OFFICINE TAMBORRINO / RADICE PURA / SCAFFSYSTEM / VELUX / PIANTE FARO / UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PALERMO / SCENARIO PUBBLICO COMPAGNIA ZAPPALÀ DANZA / DARCH PALERMO / CULTURAL WELFARE CENTER / ANALOGIQUE / LAPS ARCHITECTURE / ISPLORA
PEDRALI / BONUÈ / GEVA AZIENDA AGRICOLA F.LLI VITA
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
ASSEMBLEA REGIONALE SICILIANA / COMUNE DI FAVARA / CONSOLATO GENERALE USA DI NAPOLI
CULTURABILITY PROMOSSO DA FONDAZIONE UNIPOLIS