EXTENDED DEADLINE - CALL FOR PAPERS // PUBLIC PLAY SPACE SYMPOSIUM

EXTENDED DEADLINE - CALL FOR PAPERS // PUBLIC PLAY SPACE SYMPOSIUM

Are you interested in innovative and creative practices for the co-design of inclusive, cohesive and sustainable public spaces, through the use of games and digital technologies?

Public Play Space are extending the deadline for the PPS CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROJECTS!

If you are a researcher or practitioner in this field, don’t miss this opportunity and submit quality papers and projects on the following topics:

> Gamification and Serious Games for the co-design of Public Space;
> Responsive Technologies for the co-design of Public Space;
> Interactive and Community-based Strategies for the co-design of Public Space

EXTENDED DEADLINE > 13 JUNE 2021

APPLY HERE! https://apply.iaac.net/applications/view.php?id=129563

You can find all the details about this Call and the Symposium here: https://www.publicplayspace.eu/symposium/

[[This Call for Papers is launched by IAAC in the frame of the Public Play Space Symposium that will be held online on the 14 and 15 July 2021. The symposium is organized in the framework of its EU project Public Play Space (PPS), co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and coordinated by the Advanced Architecture Group]].

Download the information related to this competition here.

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Cite: "EXTENDED DEADLINE - CALL FOR PAPERS // PUBLIC PLAY SPACE SYMPOSIUM" 03 Jun 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/962735/extended-deadline-call-for-papers-public-play-space-symposium> ISSN 0719-8884

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