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CO-CREATION OF PUBLIC OPEN PLACES. Practice Reflection – Learning

Synopsis – The chapters of this book bring science a little closer to the knowledge about the design, production and management of public spaces. 37 authors responded to the Project’s call to share experiences, visions and reflections on how co-creation and participatory processes can create possibilities for a sustainable and equitable future. This book intends to help researchers, governments and community leaders to move from insights to more collaborative actions.

Smaniotto Costa, C., Mačiulienė, M., Menezes, M. & Goličnik Marušić, B. (Eds.)(2020). Co-Creation of Public Open Places. Practice – Reflection – Learning. C3Places Project. Culture & Territory, volume 4. Lisbon: Lusófona University Press. https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4
ISBN 978-989-757-125-1.
ISSN 2184-8009
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Table of Contents

Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Marluci Menezes, Monika Mačiulienė and Barbara Goličnik Marušić. pages 8-16

Are urban living labs the new normal in co-creating places?
Jonas Bylund, Johannes Riegler, Caroline Wrangsten

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-0 pages 17-21

Part I – Co-creation and participative processes

1.1    Understanding co-creation within the urban open space development process
Barbara Goličnik Marušić, Ina Šuklje Erjavec

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.1 pages 25-37

1.2    Assessing Digital Co-Creation in Urban Transformations: Case of Vilnius
Aelita Skaržauskienė, Monika Mačiulienė, Laura Gudelytė

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.2 pages 39-53

1.3    The production of public open spaces and the deliberate exclusion of undesirables
Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Catarina Patrício

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.3 pages 55-69

1.4    Public Spaces, spaces of public domain: Icons of a contemporary simulacrum?
Manoel Rodrigues Alves

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.4 pages 71-83

1.5    Exploring co-creation as a learning process to (re)think public space from a transformative perspective
Marluci Menezes, Diogo Mateus  

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.5 pages 85-94

1.6    Participatory Design as a Tool to Create Resourceful Communities in Sweden
Agatino Rizzo, Björn Ekelund, Jenny Bergström, Kristina Ek  

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.6 pages 95-107

1.7    Placemaking with teenagers. Experiences driven from thematic workshops on urban planning
Inês Almeida, Joana Solipa Batista, Filipa Lourenço

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.7 pages 109-123

1.8    The design of co-participation processes in public spaces in São Paulo as university extension project: The revitalization process of Dom Orione and Major Freire Squares
Débora Sanches, Sérgio Ricardo Lessa Ortiz

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.8 pages 125-136

1.9    Use and appropriation as the everyday design of public space in the Bexiga neighbourhood (São Paulo)
Lucas Ariel Gomes, Silvia A. Mikami G. Pina

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.9 pages 137-148

1.10  Producing collaborative public space – The Laboratory of Intervention in Architecture in situ / experiment
Filipa Ramalhete   

https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-1.10 pages 149-162


Part II – The digital in the production public open spaces

2.1  Categorisation of digital tools for co-creation of public open spaces. Key aspects and possibilities Ina Šuklje Erjavec, Vita Žlender
https://doi.org/10.24140/2020-sct-vol.4-2.1 pages 165-183

2.2  Modifying and co-creating the urban soundscape through digital technologies Dick Botteldooren, Toon De Pessemier, Karlo Filipan, Kang Sun, Bert De Coensel, Timothy Van Renterghem pages 185-200

2.3  The effect of public places on community resilience. A case study of the role of social and digital tools in the City of Volos (Greece)
Tatiana Ruchinskaya, Konstantinos Lalenis
  pages 201-214

2.4  Technology and community communication: the use of the radio broadcasting as a strategy for urban sustainability
Edney Mota Almeida, Lúcio Hanai Valeriano Viana
pages 215-226

2.5 Web 2.0 tools as framework for participation and co-creation
Igor Bizjak
  pages 227-241

2.6  Planning of public open spaces with digital tools. The example of the WAY CyberParks
Tiago Duarte, Diogo Mateus
  pages 243-255

Notes on Contributors pages 255-263

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