Posted Eyl 2nd 2011

Human Cities Festival 3rd Edition UPCYCLING PUBLIC SPACE

The Call for projects for the upcoming event of Human Cities is on!
The deadline is 30 October 2011

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Posted Ağu 31st 2011

Human Cities Symposium 2012 RECLAIMING PUBLIC SPACE

Call for papers for upcoming event of Human Cities has been launched!

Deadline is 14 October 2011!

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Posted Tem 13th 2011

Summertime Street Party!

Leon Lepage welcomes you to its first Mousse Sunday …

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Posted Haz 7th 2011

Creating Superheroes Day by Day

Posted Haz 5th 2011

Art in the Streets at MoCA LA

Art in the Streets is the first important museum show in the US surveying graffiti and street art.

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Posted Haz 5th 2011

Adopteer een boom/ Adoptez un arbre!

Le quartier Saint-Antoine change de visage.

Posted Mar 29th 2011

Discover Human Cities at Ventura Lambrate from 11 until 17 April 2011

If you are planning to be at the Milan Design Week, you can swing by the PUBLIC CAMPING and visit us!

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Posted Mar 28th 2011

Public Design Festival in Milan april 12th to 17th.

Organized by Esterni that puts up important international designers. The event will take place in four main public areas that need to be re-designed around the citizens.

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Posted Mar 14th 2011

Nominated for INDEX: award 2011

Human Cities has been nominated for the INDEX: Design to Improve Life award. INDEX: is a Danish-based, non-profit organization that works globally to promote and apply both design and design processes that have the capacity to improve the lives of people worldwide. Five winners will be chosen and each receiving 100,000 Euro for their project.

Posted Mar 2nd 2011

Le Lieu du Design - Paris

Call for Project Proposals: “Public Space of Tomorrow as seen by designers .”

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Posted Mar 2nd 2011

Sound objects in the city with composer Nicolas Frize

This thursday, March 3, 2011, at 18:30, discussion meeting with Nicolas Frize, composer on “sound objects in the city” in the amphitheater Rodin.

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Posted Şub 15th 2011

Roundtable Tallinn: Rethinking Public Spaces

In the frame of the approved plans for a new City hall, the City of Tallinn is inviting “INTA”: http://www.inta-aivn.org/en/activities/exchange/roundtables/782-roundtable-tallinn-the-public-building-in-the-21st-century to organise an international Roundtable on the changing role of public buildings and their contribution to civic interactions.

During 3 days, which includes a visit of the site and a public presentation, an international group of +- 10 urban development practitioners will interact with their Estonian counterparts on how the City Hall can be a driver of change in the civic landscape. The audience will be a mix of Estonian and international professionals with interest in this field. Registrations will be open soon.

Posted Şub 14th 2011

Maili Mailo 2011: Public bench design contest

Let the Competition Begin!

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Posted Şub 4th 2011

Alexandre Moronnoz's Interférences bench earns VIA label

The VIA Labels are given to products or product ranges that result from co-operation between a French manufacturer and a designer. They are attributed each year during the professional trade fairs by a jury of professionals composed of manufacturers, designers, experts and journalists. They concern products launched on the market and which apply – in an original and relevant manner – an approach that is innovative in terms of materials, technology, function or style.
Urban furniture Interférences has received this prestigious VIA Label in 2011. It is the fruit of a collaboration between designer Alexandre Moronnoz and the French manufacturer TF- tôlerie Forézienne in continuity with the call for projects Parckdesign which was launched in 2007 by Brussels Environnement.
You can visit the exhibition Labels VIA until the 20th of February 2011 at the Galerie Via in Paris.

Posted Oca 10th 2011

‘Urban Crash’ competition

The call for entries for third edition of the Slovenian Trimo Urban Crash ‘ competition is open until 31 January 2010.

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