Description CENTRINNO aims to develop and demonstrate strategies, approaches and solutions for regeneration of industrial historic sites and areas as creative production and manufacturing hubs, that 1) hold true to the ecological challenges of our time, 2) boost a diverse, inclusive and innovative urban economy, and 3) and use heritage as a catalizer for innovation and social inclusion. We give centre stage to craftsmen, vocationally trained professionals, entrepreneurs, makers, SME’s, Fab Labs, Food Labs and Makerpaces to become key players in the cities supply of local goods and support them to take on a fundamental role in our future cities, thus opposing disengagement and stagnation of local economies. Through a holistic method combining the Fab City Global Initiative approach to productive cities with Emotion Networking, life cycle assessment and spatially-specific material flow analyses, we bring to the fore both complex, layered histories of these sites as well as the cities available resources in terms of urban landscape, materials, current day skills and practice and human capital.
EU Call H2020-SC5-2019-2
Total Funding € 8.261.142,50€
IAAC Department Fab Lab Barcelona
Consortium: Comune Di Milano, Institut D’Arquitectura Avancada De Catalunya, Departament D’EducaciÓ- Generalitat De Catalunya, Poblenou Urban District, Stichting Waag Society, Stichting Pakhuis De Zwijger, Stichting Hout- En Meubileringscollege, Manifattura Digitale In Ex Ansaldo Rete Di Imprese, Fab City Grand Paris, Volumes, Sony Europe Bv, Kobenhavns Kommune, Design Society Fond, Onl’Fait, Au Fil Du Geste, Ressources Urbaines-Cooperative Genevoise D’Artistes Et D’Acteurs Culturels, Textilmiostoo Islands Og Pekkingarsetur A Blonduosi, Haskoli Islands, Nyskopunarmidstod Islands, Tallinna TehnikaÜLikool, Tallinna Linn, Fablab Udruga Za Pomicanje Digitalne Fabrikacije, Sveuciliste U Zagrebu Arhitektonski Fakultet, Stichting Metabolic Institute, Stichting Amsterdamse Hogeschool Voor De Kunsten, Europaiko Diktyo Dimiurgikon Komvon