Bottom-Up Urbanism

Yet another great post by Dave Andrews on popup and bottom up initiatives in Dublin. You will see some of these coming up on the blog in the near future as I partake/assist or generally promote them in the next while.


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Upon hearing the good word that the curators of The Pop-Up City blog are headed to Dublin to discover what “Irish bottom-up urbanism look[s] like, and how can the world learn from it,” I thought I’d put together my own list of initiatives that I know of. The list will no doubt be incomplete, biased, and may even contain a selfish plug or two, but it might go part way to documenting some of the great things going on in the city. Perhaps this will be part of a series of posts . . . 

A little background first. The Pop-Up City blog is an Amsterdam-based blog that “explores the latest designs, trends and ideas that shape the city of the future.” It focuses on flexible urbanism and architecture initiatives that seek to tackle problems and reimagine contemporary urban life. Pivot Dublin is hosting them as part of the Bloggers in…

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