Eutropian in Living the City publication

Select documentaries produced for the Open Heritage project were  featured as part of the Living the City exhibition, tthat took place place Sept. 25 – Dec. 20, 2020 at the  Berlin-Tempelhof Airport. https://eutropian.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Living-the-city.mp4 Produced by Eutropian’s Levente Polyak and Yilmaz Vurucu, the documentaries provide a detailed look into repurposed or reactivated urban heritage sites from across Read More …

Levente Polyák’s interview for the Urbanistica Podcast

Eutropian’s Levente Polyak was recently interviewed for Mustafa Sherif‘s Urbanistica Podcast. He spoke about his journey from architecture and urbanism to self-organisation, civil society, public policy, public-civic cooperation and storytelling. This episode is a part of the Placemaking Europe Episodes Serie in Urbanistica podcast. You can listen to the podcast on Spotify, on Apple Podcasts Read More …

We are hiring for Eutropian’s Budapest office!

Eutropian is looking for a part-time collaborator for its Budapest office, starting in January 2021. The collaborator will contribute to Eutropian’s activities in research, project management, communication and advocacy. The new collaborator’s task will be to support Eutropian’s project experts in managing and implementing various processes, in particular the H2020 projects EUARENAS and Open Heritage. Read More …

Commons in Practice

We want to empower local initiatives, to elaborate re-appropriation strategies of collective urban spaces, changing perspective and improving social and ecological sustainability. We aim to develop a concept of establishing and running of commons in the Durres region. The project will empower local stakeholders to fulfill the needs of local communities by creating urban-civic partnerships.

winterplacemaking

placemaking pils Thursday, 26.th November 2020 von 18:00 UTC+01 bis 19:30 UTC+01hosts: Nabolagshager and superwienonline event – participation is free!Last year we had the pleasure to meet many of you in Oslo during Placemaking Pils. This year, we wont miss this great exchange possibility.  We are inviting you to join our digital winter edition. Grab Read More …

PlaceCity reach out and follow us

Placemaking in Oslo and Vienna PlaceCity is entering a new phase. In Oslo and Vienna we are working with stakeholder to ensure a meaningful activation of public spaces under difficult pandemic restrictions and winter conditions. We invite all cities and neighbourhoods to connect with us and try, experiment and find solutions together. contact Bahanur Nasya Read More …

Sharing and Caring: Partnerships for Adaptive Heritage Reuse

Join us next week for the Second OpenHeritage Dialogue register follow on social media If you have experience in the field of heritage regeneration, join us to actively contribute to the dialogue and the group discussion by registering for the event by 10 November. Otherwise you can follow the plenary discussion streamed at the @OpenHeritage.eu Read More …

Call for placemaking projects

Many cities and communities are looking for alternative means of practicing social proximity at physical distance. We are approaching winter time in the northern hemisphere, which brings us further challenges.  In our project #PlaceCity we will test placemaking tools to combat both challenges. We would be happy to share your projects and experiences in this Read More …

Join us for the Urban renewal without gentrification webinar!

Bahanur Nasya will be a panelist on: The regeneration conundrum: Urban renewal without gentrification webinar, organized by the World Built Environment Forum. Join us for the broadcast and take part in this lively discussion! When: September 23, 202016:00-17:00 BSTMore info: rics.org/wbef Urban renewal without gentrification Urban renewal was originally conceived as a means reinvigorating inner Read More …

Open Heritage documentaries featured in “Living the City” exhibition

Six select Open Heritage documentaries will be featured as part of the Living the City exhibition, taking place Sept. 25 – Dec. 20, 2020 at the  Berlin-Tempelhof Airport. Created in the form of short documentaries, the The Open Heritage series tells the comprehensive story of each unique adaptive heritage re-use site: their histories, the people behind Read More …

The AGORA project launches

The AGORA interreg Danube project launched with a digital kickoff meeting on 16.07.2020. What is the AGORA project? AGORA is an Interreg Danube funded project that will be developing a policy instrument platform to empower 10 cities in the Danube Region to become drivers, catalysts and mediators for the reintroduction of vacant / underused land Read More …

PlaceCity Symposium: Placemaking as a Tool for Urban Regeneration

The PlaceCity Symposium aims to discuss the potential of placemaking as a tool for urban regeneration, reflecting on experiences of different European cities during Covid-19 crisis. Local placemaking projects – including PlaceCity Vienna and Oslo – will be showcased and contextualized with placemakers, planners, city administration, among others. Two ways to participate in the symposium Read More …

Planning the postCOVID-19 cooperative cities

Final episode of Cooperative City in Quarantine to air. Don’t miss the MANIFESTO for POST-QUARANTINE COOPERATIVE CITIES live stream on Facebook @Cooperative City Cooperative City in Quarantine Finale: Planning the “new” cooperative city or what can be referred to as the post-quarantine, post-Covid19 city. Date and Time: 19.06.2020 at 5PM CET  List of speakers: Jan Read More …

Cumartesi Aurası: Bahanur Nasya “Community-led Development”

Istanbul Architecture and Urbanism Research Academy, AURA Istanbul collaborated with Eutropian  to produce this unique and informative seminar.   The live broadcast was hosted by Eutropian’s Bahanur Nasya, an architect, researcher and film producer based in Vienna. https://vimeo.com/manage/421435050/generalhttps://vimeo.com/manage/421435148/general Sharing the development challenges facing vacant buildings and the role of experts in designing the process of sustainable revitalization, Read More …

NOW Conference in Vienna: Saturday, 15 February 2020 – Tuesday, 18 February 2020

From Knowledge to Action NOW conference 2020 in Vienna The conference will focus on “how we can overcome division in our communities” and “how to transform the expertise into action”. The conference provides workshop opportunities and which will focus on actions for local change local level. International speakers will give insights in their work. And Read More …

Milan (Italy): Mercati di Quartiere

Neighbourhood Markets public seminar in Milan (Italy) Monday, 17. Februar 202015:00 till 19:00DynamoscopioVia degli Apuli 5, 20147 Mailand NEIGHBORHOOD MARKETS is a public seminar organized by Dynamoscopio, in collaboration with Eutropian and with the support of the Municipality of Milan, to explore the present and future of the Covered Municipal Markets. Starting from a survey Read More …

Civic Engagement, Heritage and Sustainability public debate

This debate – organized by Luiss Law, Luiss LabGov.City, Roma Tre University Architecture Department and Eutropian – will take place within the OpenHeritage.eu Third Consortium Meeting, a pioneering engaged and problem-based research project on community-led sustainability mechanisms for cultural heritage in cities that will take place at Luiss on the same day. The Meeting will Read More …

PlaceCity at UCLG Congress in Durban

Urban Living Labs: Experimenting for Sustainable Urban Development + Unfolding the dilemmas of Public Space 15.11.2019 15:00-17:30 @UCLG Congress in Durban with Joint Programming Initiative Urban Europe (JPI) A lab on: Facilitating a knowledge exchange on how experimental methods, such as Urban Living Labs can be used for sustainable urban development. with: Ms. Sigrun Kabisch Read More …

How to reopen a historical market hall and run it in a sustainable way?

The Film about the Old Market Hall in Bratislava For the H2020 project OpenHeritage we are visiting six observatory cases to conduct in depth research and visual documentation of unique heritage reuse projects in Europe. Our first stop was „Stará Tržnica“, the Old Market Hall of Bratislava in Slovakia. Since our visit in Bratislava, we were Read More …