Shared Cities Ideas Yard: Neighbourhood Development

21|11|2018, PRAGUE: Photo-Reportage

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Photos from our event Shared Cities Ideas Yard: Neighbourhood Development that took place on November 21, 2018 in Prague.

 

Ádám Kobrizsa (Mindspace, Budapest) presenting transformation of the market hall on Rákóczi Square in Budapest. Watch video they have made!

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Bálint Horváth (Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre – KÉK, Budapest) talking about transformation of a brownfield on the Csepel Island and about the project Budapest 100.

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Pavla Pelčíková (IPR Prague) commenting on situation in Budapest and giving examples from Prague neighbourhoods.

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© Jakub Červenka

 

Moderator Milota Sidorová (WPS Prague, Green Foundation Bratislava, SCCM project co-author) carefully listening to Ádám Kobrizsa.

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Everybody rounded off the Ideas Yard event with a chat over a glass of wine.

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This event took place as part of the Shared Cities Ideas Yard event series. We bring experts from European countries to Prague to present new approaches in urban planning, shared governance and long-term community engagement.

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