Depuis environs un mois, j’anime un espace de coworking dans le 11ème arrondissement à Paris, en collaboration avec les magnifiques Small Bang et Oikos paysagistes & urbanistes. Cet espace, que nous avons nommé Super Belleville, est conçu comme un lieu ouvert de création collaborative, une plateforme spatiale pour architectes, designers, artistes et…slashers.
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DREAMHAMAR è un processo di network design applicato alla creazione di uno spazio pubblico per la città di Hamar, in Norvegia.
Una delle caratteristiche più importanti della metodologia network design è la realizzazione di prototipi a scala reale sulla piazza tramite eventi, installazioni ed azioni urbane.
During last months I’ve been working hard for dreamhamar network design process to transform the design of a public space in Norway into a collective dream. While I was working from Ecosistema Urbano in Madrid as a member of the DIGITAL LAB TEAM, another team was moving to Hamar in order to coordinate onsite activities.
A few days ago Noa, one of my colleagues in Hamar, published “Learning from Hamar”, a short essay about her 2 months experience in Norway. I think it is a great report and a touching text; it explains how a network design process goes beyond the pure participation process, by building a networked community (both local and international) to work on a mutual case.
In 2 days we start dreamhamar‘s three-month long participation phase of workshops, lectures and model building where residents are invited to dream and to discuss the future of Stortorget Square, and it is marked with a big opening party next Saturday, September the 17th at 2:00 pm !
As one of my principal role within dreamhamar process is to develop theory and methodology for this architectural participation project, a few month ago I wrote What is Network Design Methodology? (originally in Spanish and translated in English by Marisa, thanks!) where I explained which methodology we were going to use for dreamhamar.
When Marisa was working to the English version of the article, she started detesting me :)
In the following text she explains why and she “translates” my words into an understandable language also for a non-architect. I sincerely invite you to read it: very funny and clear.
I remember when Francesco Cingolani first tried to explain me whatnetwork design was. I remember looking puzzled. I remember going home wondering why two simple words had to combine in a concept so difficult to grasp.
image by dreamhamar (Flickr)
Comme certains savent dejà, une grande partie de mes efforts professionelles des derniers mois ont été focalisés sur le projet de network design dreamhamar. Alors je vous invite à suivre aujourd’hui (ainsi que tout les autres lundis) à 18:00 la session LIVE de HAMAR EXPERIENCE, un streaming en directe depuis Hamar, Norvège dans lequel nous partageons les evolutions de ce projet de creation architecturale participative.
Pour nous suivre, rendez-vous tout les lundis à 18:00 sur dreamhamar.org/digital_lab/experience/