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Friday, October 4 • 9:00am - 11:00am
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An Offsite Walkshop and Collective Mapping

Join an interactive workshop about sensorial and collective urban perception and inclusive design thinking, a practical, interactive and hands-on experience. The methodology explored in this session will be divided in a walkshop and a collaborative territory thinking design. We are addressing the possibility of sharing our regional experience in a collective workshop.  his session addresses the challenge of  achieving a collective and collaborative design through the connection of the people with each other and their perception rather that what the place "should be". We propose a hand-on applied unified glocal methodology with the combination of results from each local experience. T

This panel will have presenters from TransLab.URB from Porto Alegre (Brazil) and Urbanismo Vivo from Buenos Aires (Argentina), cities of the Latin American "Southern Corridor" that will bring the experience on approaching agents, sharing knowledge and good practices for public spaces in cities. Each of the presenters work in their cities with this workshops format on walk and a subsequent collective mapping and the idea is to approach this experience with the combined regional articulations, contributions and experiences on this unique workshop. With this workshop we propose to the global placemaking community the possibility of exchange and networking and team work from our diverse personal and professional experiences of being a team around the world.

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Leonardo Márquez

Co-founder, TransLAB.URB
I’m a musician, social activist and also a architect & urban planner, co-founder of TransLAB - Research Institute for Social Innovation, developing projects inside of TransLAB.URB, a group focused on urban research, mapping, gentrification, occupations, hacker urbanism, urban acupuncture... Read More →
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Carolina Huffmann

Founder, Urbanismo Vivo
Argentine architect dedicated to urbanism, specialized in walkability. Master Laboratory of the Housing of the XXI Century (Politécnica de Catalunia). Founder of Urbanismo Vivo. Professor of urban planning in several universities. Jane’s Walks Buenos Aires City Organizer since... Read More →

Friday October 4, 2019 9:00am - 11:00am EDT
The Edney, Floor Five, Accelerator Space