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The Next Network: Co-Creating The City

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Presentation of The Next Network at the European Commission's Conference "Renaturing Cities: Systemic Urban Governance for Social Cohesion', Milan, 1-2 December 2014

The Next Network: Co-Creating The City

  1. 1. 'Renaturing cities: systematic urban governance for social cohesion' European commission's conference, Milan, 2.12.2014 Co-creating the city Elena Mozgovaya | the next network
  2. 2. #1 Why urban co-creation? New urban phenomena #2 What is NEXTHAMBURG? Who is THE NEXT NETWORK? #3 The NEXT-Process in retro- and prospect #4 OUR LEARNINGS: 10 rules of urbanistic crowdsourcing #5 Stepping stones to 'MY SMART NEIGHBOURHOOD':
  3. 3. new URBAN phenomena
  4. 4. AN “angry citizen” attitude deadend for the classic participation?
  5. 5. a new, city-based, self-Identification
  6. 6. „do-it-yourself” wave Urban co-creation
  7. 7. specialised society It'S A ROPE It'S A WALL It'S A FAN It'S A SPEAR It'S A SNAKE It'S A TREE
  8. 8. Connected society
  9. 9. NEXTHAMBURG AND THE NEXT NETWORK
  10. 10. 2009: FoUNDation of NEXTHAMBURG participation + open innovation for the city
  11. 11. 2009: FoUNDation of NEXTHAMBURG participation + open innovation for the city „first of all, we need to change the city in the minds of people“ (Julian petrin, founder of nexthamburg)
  12. 12. mission: To turn participation around
  13. 13. mission: To turn participation around Crowdsourcing of a future agenda citizen‘s project incubator PILOT PROJECT OF THE GERMAN NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY
  14. 14. THE GOAL: CITIZENS' VISION FOR HAMBURG de ideas Citizens' vision 1 2
  15. 15. how we work with people nexthamburg.de twitter Facebook google plus youtube flickr issuu sessions workshops expert checks on tour future camps editorial team community online nonline
  16. 16. INTERNET
  17. 17. sessions
  18. 18. WOrkshops
  19. 19. On Tour
  20. 20. Hamburg 2030: Citizens' vision
  21. 21. Citizens' vision 35 scenarios
  22. 22. radical city City FOR ALL healed city mobile city bike city Kids' city
  23. 23. What we've learned TEN RULES FOR URBANISTIC CROWDSOURCING
  24. 24. #1 online needs nonline #2 define YOUR promise and your limits #3 go where people are #4 Make participation attractive #5 offer a visible stage
  25. 25. #6 never say “no” #7 be prepared for a fluid community #8 build up multilateral partnerships #9 it‘s the culture adapt your tools #10 Don't rush: Good ideas need time
  26. 26. FROM VISION TO PROJECTS THEMATIC WORK KNOWLEDGE transfer projeCtS Citizens' vision
  27. 27. bremen istanbul lissabon bangalore belgrade perm kassel zurich Knowledge transfer
  28. 28. Work on projects
  29. 29. Crowd- Resourcing Fans-raising Fund-raising Engagement-raising Materials-raising
  30. 30. 1. Post a project
  31. 31. 2. Find fans
  32. 32. 3. Create a project path
  33. 33. 4. Start project development
  34. 34. Four pilot cities Hamburg Mönchengladbach Heidelberg Kassel
  35. 35. Example for Start: City Give boxes
  36. 36. Thematic work
  37. 37. ZERO CITY
  38. 38. FIRST INPUTS DISCOURCE // TOOLS & PRACTICES // SPATIAL STRUCTURES
  39. 39. DISCOURSE POST-GROWTH ECONOMY SHARED ECONOMY DIY + DIWO CULTURES
  40. 40. WHAT MIGHT A LOOK LIKE? THREE PRINCIPLES OF SPATIAL ORGANISATION
  41. 41. 'CELL' URBAN VILLAGE PRINCIPLE ONE CELL = ONE VILLAGE NONHIERARCHICAL CLOSE INTEREXCHANGE SPECIALISED 'HIVES' IN METROZONES
  42. 42. HOW A 'CELL' WORKS SELF-SUFFICIENCY TRADE DIVERSITY VILLAGE 1 VILLAGE 2 DECENTRALISATION VILLAGE 4 SPECIALISATION VILLAGE 3
  43. 43. 'TREE' PRINCIPLE OF CONCENTRATION ONE LEVEL = ONE VILLAGE CULTIVABLE SURFACE 'ACUPUNCTURE' URBANISM
  44. 44. HOW A 'TREE' WORKS TRADE SELF-SUFFICIENCY DIVERSITY CENTRAL INFRASTRUCTURE LEVEL-VILLAGES
  45. 45. 'MONOLITH' PRINCIPLE OF EXTREME AUTARCHY SELF-CENTERED CLOSED 'A ROCK IN THE SURF'
  46. 46. HOW A 'MONOLITH' WORKS SELF-SUFFICIENCY DIVERSITY LITTLE TRADE AUTARCHY SUPERBLOCK AS A VILLAGE
  47. 47. MY SMART NEIGHBOURHOOD
  48. 48. FIELDS OF ACTION
  49. 49. „Cities have the capacity of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everyone.“ (Jane jacobs)
  50. 50. Thank you! „Cities have the capacity of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everyone.“ (Jane jacobs)
  51. 51. Thank you! „Cities have the capacity of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everyone.“ (Jane jacobs) Www.Wearenext.org/
  • akrasikov

    Dec. 15, 2014
  • nathaliesajda

    Dec. 5, 2014

Presentation of The Next Network at the European Commission's Conference "Renaturing Cities: Systemic Urban Governance for Social Cohesion', Milan, 1-2 December 2014

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