Magic Carpet: Re-envisioning Community Space in Sai Ying Pun is a project led by the professor Hendrik Tieben, coordinating the team of the School of Architecture and the School of Journalism and Communication, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. It is more than an outdoor cinema because it aims at preserving the memory and the past of Sai Ying Pun, an area in the Western part of Hong Kong whìch is undergoing complete renewal. The students were in charge of shooting people’s interviews and creating documentaries to be broadcast in the street.
In Hamburg (Germany) nearly at the end of Summer, the artist group We Are Visual turned a vacant lot in Laeiszstrasse 18 into an outdoor projection room with Galerie Genscher Plateau project. Free screenings for passers-by and cinema-goers.
We Traders are citizens creating viable alternatives to an economy in crisis, becoming co-producers of goods. The project We-Traders. Swapping Crisis for City connects initiatives by artists, designers, activists and citizens living in Lisbon, Madrid, Toulouse, Turin and Berlin with the aim of exchanging experiences. Join one of the interactive forums, workshops and exhibitions occurring until Novembre 2014.
The area of Box Hill Gardens in the City of Whitehorse (Australia) has been totally renovated by ASPECT Studios, recycling elements of the former structures and creating a public space suitable for multiple sport and recreation activities.
Atelier / TRANS305 is a platform with a view over the construction site of ZAC du Plateau, that is reshaping the commune of Ivry-sur-Seine in the southeastern suburbs of Paris (France). It is a space for reflections about urban pattern and its metamorphosis. It is a workshop for creative practices, open to inhabitants of all ages.
Project by Stefan Shankland in collaboration with Raumlaborberlin.
Welcome to Yes We Camp, the temporary and creative camping site set up in Marseille (France). Guests can choose among a great variety of unsual accomodations, from hammocks to colorful caravans, take part in the events and workshops or just hang out and have a good time.
Photos by: Eric Pringels, Nicolas Réméné and Damien Raveau _ All rights reserved.
Hygge House by Plain Projects + Pike Projects + Urbanink stands clearly on the white snowy landscape of Winnipeg’s skating trail, offering a working wood stove, blankets, games, comic books and music to stop, get together and forget the cold.
Within the frame of Archstoyanie 2013, SVESMI has presented Field Library: 8 (literally) romantic installations, 8 modalities of reading and 8 experiments on the Russian landscape establishing a poetic connection among nature, reader and a book.
Photos by Anastasia Sheveleva, Alexander Sverdlov and Julia Ardabyevskaya _ All rights reserved.