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Workshop bei Creative Bureaucracy Festival

Thomas Stellmach hält einen Workshop zum Thema Smart City Governance for Future

Kann Bürokratie kreativ und innovativ sein? Überholte Strukturen lassen oft keinen Raum für Veränderungen. Das Creative Bureaucracy Festival schafft einen Raum, um aktuelle Kämpfe zu diskutieren und neue Wege aufzuzeigen.

„Das Creative Bureaucracy Festival würdigt herausragende Innovationen im öffentlichen Sektor und deren Beitrag zu einer besseren, nachhaltigeren und gerechteren Welt. Es bringt Bürokraten und ihre Verbündeten zusammen – diejenigen, die auf allen Regierungsebenen für das Gemeinwohl kämpfen und etwas bewirken.“

TSPA-Gründer Thomas Stellmach, der als Beiratsmitglied aktiv an der Entwicklung der Smart City Strategie für Berlin beteiligt ist, wird heute um 16:00 Uhr einen Workshop zum Thema Smart City Governance for Future halten.

Greentech festival

City Scan powered by TSPA participated at the Greentech Festival

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Amerikanisches Englisch verfügbar.

Earlier this year, TSPA team started a new project – CityScan. An initiative for data-driven urbanism. We presented its first analysis at the Greentech Festival where we shared how the principles of sustainable urban planning combined with data can support the future of mobility planning.

How does City Scan approaches data driven urbanism?

make city berlin tspa

TSPA is a funding partner of the MakeCity.Berlin

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Amerikanisches Englisch verfügbar.

MakeCity.Berlin – is an international festival for architecture and urbanism. It is a platform to  initiate changes for a better urban development in Berlin. This year, along the list of many other interesting practices and institutions from Berlin, TSPA became a funding partner of MakeCity.Berlin. It was a great opportunity to become more involved in the urban planning scene in the German capital and connect with experts, who are equally passionate about new discourses and opportunities of the city.

Additionally to the sponsoring role, out team had a unique chance to develop and propose a new project Together with a great team of external experts, TSPA helped to develop an idea for a new knowledge and expertise sharing platform. aims to create an ecosystem where urban actors have the time and space to think and create a good city“. To find out more information about the project, click here.

You can read more about our contribution here

Stadt machen!

Urbanfest – forum of lively cities

A few days ago, Thomas traveled to Izhevsk (Russia) to take part in UrbanFest – forum of lively cities. This year the festival gathered delegates from 45 cities across Russia and abroad – urbanists, politicians, businessmen, activists and citizens. Community leaders shared their experience, explored new tools for integrated territorial development and got inspired to create a network of „lively cities“ in Russia.
Together with Kees Donkers, Thomas was part of a panel on „Urban planning international experiences applicable to Russia“ and led the workshop „International Urban Lab“.
As part of the forum’s programme, TSPA also presented its concept for the development of a new neighborhood in Naberezhnye Chelny to the public. Extending this concept, Thomas discussed constraints of urban planning in Russia and the aspect of possible urban drivers for retaining and attracting young people to the city together with Novaya Zemlya.

Keynote at Open School for Urban Exchange, Krasnoyarsk

On 26 October Thomas will give a talk about the „Right to the City“ in Krasnoyarsk at the opening conference of the Open School of Urban Change. He will address questions of ownership of public space, degrees of freedom, privatisation and other challenges of current urban development and how design can encourage participative and diverse use of the the city by the communities.

De Wereld van Witte de With 2012 in Rotterdam

Thomas and Ali of Uberbau are invited artists at the International Arts Festival De Wereld van Witte de With 2012 in Rotterdam curated by Lukas Feireiss. They’ll exhibit two timelines on streets in western countries in general and on Rotterdam’s Witte de Withstraat in specific, hold a workshop on „The Missing Street“ and organize „Street Talks“ with various experts. Join us from September 14th to 16th 2012 on the Witte de Withstraat in Rotterdam! [read on at the festival site]