Provoz Hlubina by Titian Lopez

Temporary Use for maintaining and revitalizing degraded streets and neighbourhoods

Temporary Use can be an efficient tool for municipalities to redevelop abandoned, hard to develop areas and revitalize run down neighbourhoods. Hlubina, a huge abandoned coal mining and iron production industrial site in Ostrava (Czech Republic), a valuable industrial heritage site right next to the city centre, was standing empty for years while the ownerContinue reading Temporary Use for maintaining and revitalizing degraded streets and neighbourhoods

Temporary Use creating social services

Temporary Use projects are often successful in prototyping services that respond to community needs, as well as in adapting to the ever changing trends in technology, work-organization and society quicker than municipalities can. Additionally, Temporary Use can offer a way for municipalities to pool public and private resources in order to create social services. ┬áParticularlyContinue reading Temporary Use creating social services