A workshop at the International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam on May 28 to discover new economic models for community-led urban development with initiatives from around Europe.
IABR–2016–THE NEXT ECONOMY
28 MAY, 2016 17:30 – 19:00
AUDITORIUM, FENIXLOODS II
FUNDING THE COOPERATIVE CITY
Funding the Cooperative City explores experiments in community-led real estate development in European cities. The event in the framework of the International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam brings together protagonists to exchange models of property development based on community-driven initiatives, civic economic models and cooperative ownership.
How do City Makers access and develop spaces in various European regions? What is their relationship with public administrations and private financial actors? What are the legal frameworks, organisational formats and economic models they employ? How do they access capital for their development projects? What are the regional differences in how civic economy and community-led urban development are unfolding in Europe?
Initiated by the Rome-Vienna-Budapest-based
Jeroen Laven (Stipo, Rotterdam)
Tiago Mota Saraiva (Ateliermob, Lisbon)
Marc Neelen (Ko gradi grad, Belgrade)
Annet van Otterloo (Afrikaanderwijk Cooperative, Rotterdam)
Martine Zoeteman (De Besturing, The Hague)
Moderation: Daniela Patti and Levente Polyak (Eutropian, Rome-Vienna-Budapest)
Admission fee: none, provided you can produce a valid exhibition ticket.
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