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The OPEN CITY project presented its research design at the AESOP Conference in Gothenburg on 13th of July 2018 to the community of European planning researchers and professionals. Dr. Nadine Appelhans gave an outline of the project structure and its aims, which was well received...

In scope of MakeCity Festival in Berlin and with cooperation with BOX Freiraum, Institute for Sustainable Urbanism (ISU) organised a one week workshop with students from TU Braunschweig and with two public events – Talk and Forum. In the “OPEN WORKSHOP” we dived...

In an Interview with Robert Bosch Foundation, Prof. Dr. Vanessa Miriam Carlow talks about the project “Offene Stadt” and what sustainable urban development must look like. How open should we plan our cities and importance of interdisciplinary work are just some of the topics touched......

As part of the prototyping phase of the research proposal “OFFENE STADT,” funded by the program “SPIELRAUM – Urbane Transformationen gestalten” of the Robert Bosch Foundation, a two-day workshop of the project team took place on January 12 and 13, 2017 at the...

The project proposal for the research project “OFFENE STADT: Theorien, Perspektiven, Instrumente” has been initiated by the project partners at the first 24 Hours workshop of Robert Bosch Foundation.  New interdisciplinary funding program “Spielraum – Urbane...