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.
Working with you for a better city - this is the aim of Mindpsace’s launched initiative and online platform, Better Budapest.
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 opened a cultural pop up space at Mikszáth square as part of SCCM project. The pop up space welcomes citizens and experts for discussions and exchanging of ideas.
As I walk between the high tables set up in the back of the room, I realize these participants are exchanging project information, contacts, ideas and aspirations for a better city.
Mindspace founders and volunteers work hand in hand concluding and perfecting the last-minute details of the long-awaited urban game that is set to begin in a few hours.
The second Smart City Budapest Conference, Mind the Game, took place on the 6th to 9th October, and was organized by Mindspace.
The first Smart City conference of Budapest was organized by Mindspace on the 6-7th of October, focusing on gamification, which is not a well-known topic here, in Hungary yet.
The project, ÖkoCIKLI (“recocycle”) is about recyclable waste delivery with cargo-bikes. We are using special rickshaws and some additional system to deliver the waste from non-public sector to recycling facilities.
We have projects linked to the Danube by which we try to show people how the river banks can be used apart from highways on both sides. We first had the Danube Trail project.