Collectivity Project: The City Is Open
The Collectivity Project is about, now, in quarantine, exploring a different kind of collective where we can come into contact in an online space. This collectivity has a common goal, to think and draw, write and sing about constructing buildings and environments in which we want to experience with others.
DIY architects came together on 7 May to discuss the creation of a city, and to create buildings together. These architects used materials they had at home like cardboard, wine bottles, and plants to reevaluate what they find important in an urban environment.
Digital urban planner Rodrigo Cardoso has gathered creative blueprints to construct the open city of the future.
We’re happy to announce that the newly constructed digital city will open its gates on 28 May! You will be able to cut the city’s ribbon, and explore all of the stories, sounds, and textures of the Collectivity Project.
Link to the Open City to follow soon!
The Collectivity Project is proposed and facilitated by:
Lidija Poth is an architect and a city planner. She runs her office and teaches at the Technical University of Delft.
In 2013 Lidija found the Hottentot foundation with a mission to engage children & youngsters in the design of their urban environment. She has been organizing different workshops, events, seminars and lectures within o.a. Child in The City. Lidija is also a board member of NGO HvPA in Rotterdam that serves as a platform for dialogue, place making and spatial development.