On the next 17th of October 2020 the Maison POC Collaborative City / Design Week will host the DxCC Lille conference that will take place at 17:30 (France) online. Find detailed info below.
By « multiple places » we intend places where different functions are mixed: social centres in markets, university labs in popular neighbourhoods, coworking space in public administration entrance hall, citizens cafe within research centres, open areas to collaborate with clients in private companies, and the whole range of emerging places integrating multiple functions and remixing the classical categories of urban fabric.
In the Lille Métropole area as in many cities, such « multiple places » are booming in variety and in quantities.
DxCC Lille 2020 co-organized by Lille Metropole 2020, World Design Capital and DESIS network will host face-to-face and remote conversations to discuss the territory’s experiments with others developed by the DESIS labs in Milan and Barcelona along the follow questions:
§ What are the implications of Multiple Places on [post-pandemic] citizens’ lifestyles?
§ What are the implications of Multiple Places on [post-pandemic] services and infrastructure?
§ What are the implications of Multiple Places on the whole city and its [post- pandemic] governance?
Julia Benini, Barcelona, DESIS Lab, ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering will tell about the experience of the Barcelona Superillas and the design challenges of these former streets made available for the use of those who live there. (remote)
Benoit de Haas, Compagnie des Tiers-Lieux (Lille Third Places Company) and ANIS (Association for Social and Digital Innovation Lille) will describe the multiple design of third places present on the territory of the Metropolis of Lille and the new forms of cooperation that emerge from them (face-to-face)
Davide Fassi, Milan, DESIS Lab, School of Design, Politecnico di Milano will show how the off-wall design campus of a university is co-developing the Nolo district in Milan with the inhabitants (remote)
Benoît Garet, St So Bazaar will discuss the design of open co-working spaces as a tool for articulation between professionals and residents (face-to-face).
Ezio Manzini, DESIS International, will present the salient experiences of the DxCC Design for Collaborative Cities programme conducted for 3 years within the DESIS network, Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability (remote).
Date: Saturday 17th of October 2020, 17:30 pm to 19:30 pm (CEST)
Conversation Facilitator: François Jégou (face-to-face)
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89723069545