Pilot cases for design-driven participative campus development

Method workshop in Amsterdam Partner meeting
The project Live Baltic Campus conducts six regional pilot cases, one in each participating city. These pilot result into one research report and five integrated campus development plans, that take into account the inputs from relevant stakeholders, link to on-going city plans and development processes as well as address the spatial connection between the campus and its surroundings.

The objective is not only develop the campus areas in question, but also learn about design based co-develoment process and identify best practices, which can be then adapted to other city planning processes in the future. Thus the collaboration between higher education and the cities is utmost important and for there will be a regional stakeholder group formed to both participate and co-design the pilot area and personally experience the design oriented work method.

Pilot cases are situated in different phases in regards of the official city planning process and each of them has its own focus.

Learn more about pilot cases and their process on the pilot blogs:

Helsinki: Myllypuro Campus to become a hub for wellbeing

Riga: Creating Riga’s 1st campus

Stockholm: A study on participatory process that led towards the resilient Campus Albano

Tartu: Understanding the impact of campus location

Turku: Campus as a service – collaboration of six higher education institutes

Uppsala: Campus as a facilitator of urban development