In fall 2016 we launched Shared Cities: Creative Momentum. This seminal four-year cultural project, curated by reSITE, brings together eleven partners from major cities throughout Europe: Belgrade, Berlin, Budapest, Bratislava, Katowice, Prague and Warsaw, six countries in total. The consortium will have four years to galvanize individuals and their communities through cultural, architectural and artistic events in these cities.
The partners will focus on reworking the numerous components, including the potential of data, which form shared city spaces. Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, this ambitious project aims to define innovative, bolder visions for the future of Central Europe’s cities, developed by the people that know them best. Its creative center will be in Prague under the leadership of the Goethe-Institut, Czech Centres and reSITE.
What do we do?
We organize artist residencies, workshops, hacking city furniture, we release new types of publications, curate exhibitions, develop a film and much more.
11 partners from 7 European cities explore the potential and limits of sharing in urban design.
By exploring aspects of sharing and urban design we are creating new ways of living in our cities...
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As part of the Shared Cities: Creative Momentum project, an Ideas Yard session that involved 11 interactive workshops was organized at the reSITE 2017 In/visible City Conference in Prague.
Meet Steffen Fiedler and Stephan Thiel, the co-founders of the Berlin-based design and data visualization studio NAND.
In Our Network
Apéro & Evening Discussion organized by reSITE in cooperation with Goethe-Institut Prag | Supported by Czech-German Future Fund
Supported by Goethe-Institut, and co-hosted by reSITE in cooperation with CAMP (Centrum architektury a městského plánování). This event takes place as part of the Shared Cities Ideas Yards.
Res Publica, Shared Cities: Creative Momentum and reSITE Festival organized the launch of the special edition of the prestigious CITIES MAGAZINE: "Shared Cities: Mapping the post-communist status-quo."
1600 viewers saw 'Faces of the City', film selection hosted by reSITE at One World festival. A documentary film selection curated by reSITE and One World film festival.
Over one thousand visitors attended reSITE 2017: In/visible City conference in Prague.
SCCM #2 New Media and Infographics Workshop : the workshop focused on new media and infographics, and analyzed data visualization and data-driven processes that represent architecture, urban spaces and culture in an innovative way.
The open discussion on new formats of publishing about architecture with several internationally renowned guests was the launch event of the Shared Cities: Creative Momentum project.
Steffen Fiedler and Stephan Thiel from Berlin-based Studio NAND gave an overview of their practice of building data-driven tools for researchers and why good design is key in making complexity accessible.
reSITE 2015: The Shared City conference, was organized as a major public program about startup technology, urbanism, architecture, politics, culture, urban development, economics, housing and civic activism, and took place on 18-19th June 2015 in Forum Karlin Prague.
How public-private cooperation in the 21st century should utilize digital tools to create a commons for public life and public participation?
Experts from different fields of city making debated about sharing from various aspects: shared housing, shared transportation and shared culture at reSITE 2015 festival.
SANAA Founding Partner, Kazuyo Sejima discusses her work in the garden of Adolf Loos-designed Villa Müller in Prague
reSITE aims to do its part in elevating female voices as an opportunity to achieve social balance in architecture and design. By bringing together all different backgrounds we can create provocative conversations around housing and quality of life that reflects the different needs of everyone.
The year 2030 is roughly 4,400 days from now. In urban planning thinking, this isn’t the future, this is tomorrow. Martin Barry for Forbes Next.