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Public spaces are critical for cultural identity, as they offer the place for interactions among generations and ethnicities. Even in the digital era, people still need contact with nature and other people to develop different life skills, values and attitudes, to be healthy, satisfied and environmentally responsible. Using ICT and co-creating with users, C3Places will also expand our knowledge on meeting emerging citizens’ needs with regard to the future public space
C3PLACES – using ICT for co-creation of inclusive public places
Contact: Prof. Dr. Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Universidade Lusófona
Budget: 874.460 EUR
Partners: UL/CeiED – Universidade Lusófona, Cooperacy Association, LNEC – National Laboratory of Civil Engineering, Mykolas Romeris University, Ghent University, University of Milan, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.