Mindspace team met and discussed with Margarita Gomez and Pablo Ignacio about Public Policy Lab.
Old and badly maintained buildings were packed in between buildings that were already restored to their formal state.
We aim to create a fusion of a socially engaged NGO and a for-profit enterprise, where the latter ensures the professionalism and independence.
This only is not enough to change the world, but gave some ideas to kick-start and start acivities in spring.
Frank Meijer and Daan Sanders are two Urban Planning students from the NHTV university in the Netherlands, located in Breda.
We were interested in the future of cities, the trend of individual and community involvement and in what the main challenges are that in general the population, and in smaller scale the inhabitants of Budapest has to face with.
The purpose of this magazine is to document better the urban transformation processes we encounter.
Márton Berki gave a presentation on the gentrifying District VIII of Budapest from a critical point of view.
There has been a growing interest in the role and application of service design in the public sector and in policy making.
For the second SCCM discussion Zoli Erdős, one of the active members of the Civils for the Palace District Association was invited to share his experiences.
For the first Shared Cities:Cretive Momentum (SCCM) discussion Mindspace invited Gabor Szohr, landscape architect, co-founding member of Újirany
In October 2016 Mindspace officially opened a cultural pop up space in small Lumen, at Mikszáth tér as part of the Shared Cities: Creative Momentum (SCCM) project. The pop up space welcomes citizens and experts for a vivid, professional discussion and exchanging of ideas.