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WasteBuild is an event showcasing the most innovative projects towards a circular built environment

WasteBuild is the first and only international event dedicated to accelerating the transition towards a circular built environment. During this event, architects, engineers, developers and policymakers will exchange circular initiatives

On a little island just off Amsterdam’s mainland, two neighborhoods exist: Java and KNSM. The WASTED Plastic Race brings them head-to-head in a 10-week recycling race. The goal is for each neighborhood to get as many households recycling their plastic waste as possible before the finish. Can they reach 100%?

JAVA + KNSM ISLAND COMMUNITIES RACE TO RECYCLE Racers start at the current local plastic recycling rate: 7.4% of households. During FabCity’s 10 weeks, they race 17 April through 26

WeOwnTheCity is a roving exhibition which originated from Amsterdam then travelled to Marseille and Brussels in 2012 before arriving to Hong Kong. CITIES collaborated with the Faculty of Architecture of The University of Hong Kong in showcasing community practice in architecture. Hong Kong, with a different geographic, social, political, cultural and spatial context from Amsterdam, looks at community practices from a different perspective.

WeOwnTheCity is a roving exhibition which originated from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Researched and co-curated by CITES Foundation Amsterdam in 2011–2012, the exhibition showcased innovative community practices and new urban development

The 12th of November CITIES latest exhibition 'WeOwnTheCity' was a part of the In.FLOW.ence congress in Marseille - a congress focusing on the impact of the crises on urban governance.
Sunday the 11th of November at the cosy Noorderparkkamer we presented the results of our so-called MUSHROOM TREES project.
After having displayed our exhibition WeOwnTheCity in both Amsterdam and Brussels we're now ready to bring it to Marseille in France. Here the exhibition will be a part of the In.FLOW.ence congress - a congress focusing on the impact of the crises on urban governance.

CITIES recently engaged in a research project named WeOwnTheCity where we examined the ways in which citizens are increasingly starting to take ownership over their cities. The research and analysis

From October 22nd to November 9th our exhibition WeOwnTheCity will be displayed at the Committee of Regions in Brussels.

WeOwnTheCity

Outreach

An exhibition about the exploring of new urban energies that will support future city-based growth and vitality.
Before the exhibition WeOwnTheCity the 24th of August, we invite you to join ARCAM's excursion of bottom-up initiatives.

In connection with the exhibition WeOwnTheCity the 24th of August ARCAM has arranged a bus tour, where you will have the opportunity to get an insight into the emergence of

WeOwnTheCity portrays emerging urban initiatives in Amsterdam. Three Amsterdam based organizations (CITIES, GUP and ARCAM) work together for the first time to celebrate new urban development trends through an exhibition.

WeOwnTheCity, Amsterdam: August 24th – October 6th WeOwnTheCity portrays emerging urban initiatives in Amsterdam, connecting research with photography. Three Amsterdam-based organizations (CITIES, GUP and ARCAM) work together for the first

Dense, dark and humid spaces are omnipresent in cities. These initiatives in Amsterdam and Seattle show the many possibilities with mushrooms, grown in these places.

They don’t need much light or space, they’re easy to grow and according to this TED-talk, they can even save the world in 6 different ways. Mushrooms sound like a perfect choice

SUSTAINABLE SUMMER SCHOOL-MAASTRICHT Video from youtube.com CITIES was invited to give a lecture on FARMING THE CITY’s projects for the Sustainable Summer School. REcentre together with the renowned Institute without

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