Challenge: You can contribute with inputs on how to create attraction and interaction in a revitalised Gellerup.
Case: As part of the master plan for Gellerup, in cooperation with private contractors, Aarhus Municipality is constructing a 20,000 sqm. office building, which will house 1,000 employees of the municipality as well as the local police department.
From 2017-2020 the Danish Non-Profit Organisation ‘GivRum’ will lead the development of the 1500 sqm. ground floor of the future building. The goal is to develop an entrepreneurial environment known as ‘Made in Gellerup’. The purpose is to enable an attractive environment linking the building with its surroundings via the identity of the ground floor.
But how does a traditional top-down governmental approach succeed to connect with citizens motivated by contributing with good intentions and innovative ideas? This challenge needs to be adressed.
By striving for new concepts of participation and co-creation, you can take part in shaping the governmental institutions of the future.
Join a 5-day Innovation-Lab to:
- get your seat in a multidisciplinary team
- help solve a real-life urban challenge
- improve your professional and interdisciplinary skills
- meet and exchange knowledge with other talents
- network with professionals and organisations.