Producing (resilience) together

In the Collaborative City, products, services and public policies are collectively designed, elaborated and developed. Collaboration ensures greater efficiency and integration, it rebuilds social connections, promotes inclusion (and helps to restore a balance).

(More responsive) field design

Cultivating the territory (to ensure food continuity)

Making the city (differently)

Give (more) to your neighbour

Restore the commons (and sharing)

How can design schools and universities become in-situ laboratories for social innovation at the service of urban transition (and emerging crises)?

See the POC presented in – (More responsive) field design –

How does design help develop local production, encourage urban agriculture, promote urban-rural linkages, support sovereignty (and food security in cities)?

See the POC presented in – Cultivating the territory (to ensure food continuity) –

How does design activate the complementarity between bottom-up approaches of city making and top-down approaches of cities and large organisations (to restart the world better than it stopped)?

See the POC presented in – Making the city (differently) –

How does design help to develop a sharing economy(which valorises human resources) and organise a new typology of collaborative services in which the beneficiary users are the co-producers?

See the POC presented in – Give (more) to your neighbour –

How does design activate social innovation, facilitate peer support, regenerate common goods and organise a solidarity-based city (when there is not enough for everyone)?

See the POC presented in – Restore the commons (and sharing) –