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Creation of Public Open Places. Practice - Reflection - Learning

Creation of Public Open Places. Practice - Reflection - Learning

The book is an achievement of Project C3Places - using ICT for Co-Creation of inclusive public Places [linkto www.c3places.eu] and published as volume 4 of the Series Culture & Territory (https://www.ceied.ulusofona.pt/pt/serie-culture-territory) by the Lusófona University Press.
In 17 chapters different invited authors share their experiences in actively involving stakeholders in the production of more sustainable public spaces. The book aims to spark discussion on the co-creation for more inclusive, attractive and responsive public open spaces. It intends to help researchers, governments and drivers in understanding and implementing more collaborative actions. The authors share experiences, visions and reflections on how co-creation and participatory processes can open up possibilities for a sustainable and equitable future. This book emphasises three dimensions: practice, reflection, and learning. Practice concerns driving actions, identified and analysed experiences that serve as key models. Reflection refers to exploring and examining the results and performances of a co-creation process. Learning discusses to the knowledge transfer and replication induced by the synergy of the different actors involved in this book.

FOREWORD
Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Marluci Menezes, Monika Mačiulienė and Barbara Goličnik Marušić - 8-16
ARE URBAN LIVING LABS THE NEW NORMAL IN CO-CREATING PLACES?
Jonas Bylund, Johannes Riegler, Caroline Wrangsten, 17-21 -https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-0

Part I - Co-creation and participative processes
1.1 UNDERSTANDING CO-CREATION WITHIN THE URBAN OPEN SPACE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Barbara Goličnik Marušić, Ina Šuklje Erjavec - 25-37 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.1
1.2 ASSESSING DIGITAL CO-CREATION IN URBAN TRANSFORMATIONS: CASE OF VILNIUS
Aelita Skaržauskienė, Monika Mačiulienė, Laura Gudelytė, 39-53 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.2
1.3 THE PRODUCTION OF PUBLIC OPEN SPACES AND THE DELIBERATE EXCLUSION OF UNDESIRABLES
Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Catarina Patrício, 55-69 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.3
1.4 PUBLIC SPACES, SPACES OF PUBLIC DOMAIN: ICONS OF A CONTEMPORARY SIMULACRUM?
Manoel Rodrigues Alves, 71-83 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.4
1.5 EXPLORING CO-CREATION AS A LEARNING PROCESS TO (RE)THINK PUBLIC SPACE FROM A TRANSFORMATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Marluci Menezes, Diogo Mateus, 85-94 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.5
1.6 PARTICIPATORY DESIGN AS A TOOL TO CREATE RESOURCEFUL COMMUNITIES IN SWEDEN
Agatino Rizzo, Björn Ekelund, Jenny Bergström, Kristina Ek, 95-107 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.6
1.7 PLACEMAKING WITH TEENAGERS. EXPERIENCES DRIVEN FROM THEMATIC WORKSHOPS ON URBAN PLANNING
Inês Almeida, Joana Solipa Batista, Filipa Lourenço, 109-123 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.7
1.8 THE DESIGN OF CO-PARTICIPATION PROCESSES IN PUBLIC SPACES IN SÃO PAULO AS UNIVERSITY EXTENSION PROJECT: THE REVITALIZATION PROCESS OF DOM ORIONE AND MAJOR FREIRE SQUARES
Débora Sanches, Sérgio Ricardo Lessa Ortiz, 125-136 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.8
1.9 USE AND APPROPRIATION AS THE EVERYDAY DESIGN OF PUBLIC SPACE IN THE BEXIGA NEIGHBOURHOOD (SÃO PAULO)
Lucas Ariel Gomes, Silvia A. Mikami G. Pina, 137-148 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.9
1.10 PRODUCING COLLABORATIVE PUBLIC SPACE - THE LABORATORY OF INTERVENTION IN ARCHITECTURE IN SITU / EXPERIMENT
Filipa Ramalhete, 149-162 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.10

Part II - The digital in the production public open spaces
2.1 CATEGORISATION OF DIGITAL TOOLS FOR CO-CREATION OF PUBLIC OPEN SPACES. KEY ASPECTS AND POSSIBILITIES
Ina Šuklje Erjavec, Vita Žlender, 165-183 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.1
2.2 MODIFYING AND CO-CREATING THE URBAN SOUNDSCAPE THROUGH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
Dick Botteldooren, Toon De Pessemier, Karlo Filipan, Kang Sun, Bert De Coensel, Timothy Van Renterghem, 185-200 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.2
2.3 THE EFFECT OF PUBLIC PLACES ON COMMUNITY RESILIENCE. A CASE STUDY OF THE ROLE OF SOCIAL AND DIGITAL TOOLS IN THE CITY OF VOLOS (GREECE)
Tatiana Ruchinskaya, Konstantinos Lalenis, 201-214
https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.3
2.4 TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNITY COMMUNICATION: THE USE OF THE RADIO BROADCASTING AS A STRATEGY FOR URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
Edney Mota Almeida, Lúcio Hanai Valeriano Viana, 215-226
https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.4
2.5 WEB 2.0 TOOLS AS FRAMEWORK FOR PARTICIPATION AND CO-CREATION
Igor Bizjak 227-241 - https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.5
2.6 PLANNING OF PUBLIC OPEN SPACES WITH DIGITAL TOOLS. THE EXAMPLE OF THE WAY CYBERPARKS
Tiago Duarte, Diogo Mateus, 243-255 https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.6
Notes on Contributors 255-263

  • ISBN

    9789897571251
  • Title

    Creation of Public Open Places. Practice - Reflection - Learning
  • Author

    Smaniotto Costa, Carlos, Mačiulienė, Monika, Menezes, Marluci & Goličnik Marušić, Barbara
  • Publisher

    Lusófona University Press
  • Publication year

    2020
  • Binding

    Softcover
  • Language

    English

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