CLIC was invited at the tenth session of the World Urban Forum, the most important […]
Urban Maestro Workshop#2 Design Environment: Setting up the Conditions that Enhance the Spatial Quality
On 29 – 31 January, Ruba Saleh from ICHEC Brussels Management School will attend the second URBAN MAESTRO Workshop “Design Environment: Setting up the Conditions that Enhance the Spatial Quality”.
Re.LIGHT | Lights on Cultural Heritage Guided “rediscovery” of Cultural Heritage in the historic centre of Salerno
The Horizon 2020 project CLIC in collaboration with associations and companies of the Salerno area, organizes the event GentleHacking: Re.LIGHT | Cultural Heritage in Light which provides an alternative guided tour in the context of Luci d’Artista 2019/2020.
Between November 26 and 28, three members of the CLIC team actively contributed to the International LDE-Heritage conference “Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals” in Delft, The Netherlands. Christian Ost and Nadia Pintossi, presented results of their researches on adaptive reuse of cultural heritage during the parallel sessions. Afterwards, Deniz Ikiz Kaya took part as a catalyst in the roundtable “Climate Change Adaptation of Cultural Heritage”. Similarly, Nadia Pintossi was a catalyst of the roundtable “Heritage and Environment”.
The CLIC Knowledge and Information Hub platform provides a common space for researchers and practitioners to share and exchange knowledge about cultural heritage adaptive reuse, specifically in terms of “best practice”. Furthermore, it develops a pilot function based on requirements from the cities of Salerno, Rjieka, Amsterdam and Västra Götaland Region to showcase local reuse practices and “present” the abandoned heritage as assets/opportunities for adaptive reuse investments towards the implementation of a “circular city” model. The application in the four cities/territories, representing different geographic, historic, cultural and political contexts, is replicable in any other European (and not only European) city.
CLIC session at ILUCIDARE Playground: Intrinsic value of cultural heritage as driver for heritage-led entrepreneurship
November, 20th 2019 CLIC will take part in the ILUCIDARE Playground “Cracking the future of heritage”, a one-day interactive networking event with more than 200 delegates which will explore the multifaceted contribution heritage makes to sustainable and inclusive societies to tackle societal challenges through innovation and to engage in multicultural dialogue.
Taskforce on “Circular Models for Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse in Cities and Regions”: Second Meeting at B@S
On 21 November, the 31st edition of Breakfast at Sustainability will take place at the ICHEC Brussels Management School, hosting the second meeting of the Taskforce on “Circular Models for Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse in Cities and Regions”, stemmed from the CLIC project, sharing its overall objective and enlarging its scope to a wider community of innovators in cultural heritage.
CLIC’s third Transdisciplinary Laboratory (LabT) will take place on 21 November 2019 in Brussels. It is organized by ICHEC Brussels Management School which is leading on work package 3 Supporting circular governance through informed decision-making. This LabT will discuss circular governance at all levels starting from the global level, investigating the regional, speculating on the city and finally examining it at the building level.
The CLIC team is continuing to work in close collaboration with the Municipality of Salerno, one of the four project pilots, for the elaboration of its Local Action Plan (LAP) by sharing and analyzing proposals for the adaptive reuse and reactivation of abandoned and underused cultural heritage in the perspective of circular economy and circular city.
International Conference on “Adaptive reuse and integrated management of dismissed religious cultural heritage”
Thursday, November 7 the Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development of the National Research Council of Italy will host the International Conference on “Adaptive reuse and integrated management of dismissed religious cultural heritage”.