For Dutch: scroll down On the 9th of November, Participatory City Making (PCM) was present at the Stadmakerscongres (i.e. City Making Congress) in Theater Rotterdam. Together with the Creative Industries Fund NL we organised a lunch workshop. During the morning program Ingrid Mulder also participated in a panel discussion, organised by the Creative Industries
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With the arrival of the Dutch National Environmental Vision (Nationale Omgevingsvisie, or NOVI), Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie invites Dutch municipalities to join the open call: ‘Anders werken aan stad, dorp en land'. The call consists of a development process of five months in which municipalities can work on a city lab, using new participative approaches
Like last year, the Participatory Citymaking Lab is present at the Dutch Design Week during the DRIVE festival. On Thursday afternoon a selection of project leaders and researchers involved in the Research through Design (RtD) projects form a panel and will reflect on a theme regarding ‘research through design’. During an interactive discussion the audience
What are the roles of citylabs and citymakers in the broader context of the challenges that are being formulated due to the national and local environmental vision (Nationale & Lokale Omgevingsvisie)? Stimuleringsfonds and Participatory Citymaking are doing research on this topic and will share the recent developments and insights on the 9th of November
Abstract "Citizens and urban policy makers are experimenting with collaborative ways to tackle wicked urban issues, such as today’s sustainability challenges. In this article, we consider one particular way of collaboration in an experimental setting: Urban Living Labs (ULLs). ULLs are understood as spatially embedded sites for the co-creation of knowledge and solutions by
Can design catalyse the great transition? That is the question that was asked during the Transition Design Symposium 2016. The symposium was designed to open up a conversation between design and other fields that share a mutual desire for rapid transition to a more sustainable society. The papers that were collected for the symposium
Abstract: "This article aims to unravel the tensions that obstruct participatory city making: the processes in which government, entrepreneurs and citizens co-create new solutions for urban challenges. Participatory city making is explored and conceptualized through an empirical grounded study of local civil servants and citizen initiatives in Rotterdam. Through interviews and a set of
This editorial was published for the Design Research Society 2018 conference (DRS2018) at the University of Limerick and was written by Joanna Boehnert, Dan Lockton and Ingrid Mulder. The conference took place from the 25th until the 28th of June. Joanna, Dan and Ingrid shaped the track 'Designing for Transitions' and were the session
The Participatory Citymaking project would like to make you aware of the EU Horizon 2020 project Designscapes, in which Ingrid Mulder and the TU Delft are involved as well. Their Open Call for Pilot Proposals is up and running. They are looking for innovative designers, entrepreneurs and public officials eager to tackle urban and social
Eva van Genuchten joined the Participatory Citymaking project in October 2018 and will be working on the dissemination of project results. For example, she will look into the possibilities of creating a Participatory Citymaking Delft Design Lab. Eva has a background in Industrial Design and holds a Master of Science in Strategic Product Design