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Final inauguration (2022)

Placemaking Event

When

24 June 2022

Where

Brussels (Belgium)

Posted

13 July 2022

Category

Workshop

On Friday 24.06.2022 the final inauguration of the project took place on both sites, on the Pieremans playground and in the alleys of the Cité Hellemans. For that occasion Alive Architecture and BRAVVO painted a playful promenade on the ground that allowed participants to discover the site of interventions as well as a series of animations that took place during the inauguration. Those include a BBQ, the projection of the video, a balcony planters workshop, a soccer field, several games for children to play as well as a workshop to paint the large urban furniture. As the inauguration took place as part of the AJointPlace the partners of the A-Place project painted the urban furniture in collaboration with the local children.

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Links

Neighbourhood contract “Les Marolles”: https://www.bruxelles.be/marolles

BRAVVO: https://bravvo.bruxelles.be

Contact

If you would like  to have more information about these placemaking activities, please contact: Petra Pferdmenges: petra@alivearchitecture.eu

 

This project is co-funded by the City of Brussels within the context of the socio-economic activities of the Contrat de Quartier durable 'Les Marolles' / Duurzame Wijkcontract 'De Marollen' and co-mananged by BRAVVO, the prevention service of the City of Brussels. For further information please contact: Ghazaleh Haghdad: ghazaleh.haghdad@brucity.be

Participants

Institutions: Brussels Housing (Logement Bruxellois / Brussel Woningen)

Brussels Housing Institution is the manager of several social housing blocs within the city of Brussels, including both social housing complexes of the project and the playground itself

 

Inhabitants: Social housing blocs & more

The project intends to reach the inhabitants of both social housing complexes with a specific attention upon the young population. Involving them actively into the process may improve not only the image of the site but also the respect for this fragile part of inhabitants.