What would be the best way to make underused spaces available for use for the residents? Do we need new trials or competitions to find new ideas, or would increasing cooperation between residents, service providers and property developers help solve the issue? Architects, city planners and property developers together with service providers sought answers to these questions in a workshop held in September. As part of the Flexi Spaces project (Joustotilat in Finnish), a new model for flexible and transparent usage of spaces is being developed and trialled. Forum Virium Helsinki invited property developers, city planners and architects to a>>>
Results from SSD workshop elaborating Kalasatama’s development, objectives and roadmap for the next three years.
City planners and citizens are gearing up for the 70 percent of the world’s population projected to live in urban areas by 2050.
Helsinki qualifies as an innovation capital for its innovation platforms such as Smart Kalasatama and intelligent transport pilots.
ENoLL Open Living Lab Days 2017 gathered living lab experts, researchers and practitioners to Krakow. The workshop focused on models, processes and ecosystems to create smart city services.
A Living Lab means using the urban environment as a laboratory for the city, its residents and businesses to test ideas, concepts and service prototypes.