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Smart spaces

The goal of urban planning is to answer the practical needs of people. Nevertheless, it often comes short. As cities grow, communities change and so do their habits. This is why the collaboration with the citizens is crucial. They know the best what a smart space should look like. Here are some examples of how this is happening in different cities. Feeling inspired? Send us a message!

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Social economy Social Inclusion Smart spaces

Transforming old infrastructure

Residents transformed an old hospital complex into a space for living, working and community gathering.

Social Inclusion Smart spaces

Citizens building their neighbourhood

Residents of Peckham (London) took the urban planning in their own hands.