Collective capabilities refer to the ability of a collective – consisting of citizens, businesses, NGO’s and institutes- to meet a set of predefined objectives. The point of departure is that building these capabilities is a process of joint learning. For this reason, CAPA.CITY proposes to experiment with three location-based experiential learning methods, namely telling, envisioning and making, in order to initiate capacity building processes in six residential subdivisions located in Belgium, Denmark and France.
CAPA.CITY – Building capacity to transform existing residential subdivisions into smart and robust urban ecosystems
Contact: Prof. Oswald Devisch, Hasselt University
Budget: 472.000 EUR
Partners: Hasselt University, Intrastructures, Roskilde University, GivRum, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Marseille, In Vivo