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  1. 1. Hella Hernberg Urban Dream Management Nordic Urban Lab, Borås, 7.4. 2016 Everyman’s City ENGAGING PEOPLE IN URBAN CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT
  2. 2. >> WWW.URBANDREAMMANAGEMENT.COM
  3. 3. SOME EXAMPLES OF UDM PROJECTS: KALASATAMA TEMPORARY REVITALISING AN OLD HARBOR AREA Client: City of Helsinki / Part design DESIGN FOR GOVERNMENT EDUCATING DESIGNERS FOR PUBLIC SECTOR CHALLENGES Client: Aalto University VACANT SPACES TOOLS FOR UTILISING UNUSED SPACES Client: Ministry of the Environment URBAN DREAM MANAGEMENT TEMPORARY USE OF URBAN RESIDUAL AREAS Master’s Thesis / Aalto University HELSINKI BEYOND DREAMS BOOK ABOUT NEW URBAN CULTURE IN HKI Self-published PARTICIPATORY AND USER- CENTERED DESIGN FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Various clients: e.g. cities + construction companies
  4. 4. WE LOVE HELSINKI BICYCLE DAY AT KALASATAMA, JULY 2011. PHOTO: JOHANNES ROMPPANEN CITY AS A PLATFORM FOR CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT
  5. 5. Hernberg, H.(ed) (2012) Helsinki Beyond Dreams - Actions towards a Creative and Sustainable Hometown. Helsinki: Urban Dream Management
  6. 6. RESTAURANT DAY AT KARHUPUISTO, KALLIO DISTRICT, AUGUST 2011. PHOTO: TUOMAS SARPARANTA
  7. 7. LEFT, BELOW RIGHT: URBAN FARMING IN JÄTKÄSAARI, PHOTOS HELLA HERNBERG TOP RIGHT: DODO URBAN FARMS IN PASILA RAILSIDE. PHOTOS: DODO
  8. 8. PUNAJUURI BLOCKPARTY, 2011 PHOTO: CARL SEBASTIAN LINDBERG
  9. 9. “MALTA HOUSE” A JOINT BUILDING VENTURE PROJECT IN JÄTKÄSAARI, HELSINKI
  10. 10. In the forests of Finland people enjoy “everyman’s rights.” Helsinki citizens have translated this tradition into a new urban attitude. People and communities are engaging in developing the city’s corners into better places and Helsinki is becoming a more enjoyable and inspiring hometown. Urbanism Everyman’s SPREAD FROM HELSINKI BEYOND DREAMS. ILLUSTRATION: SAC MAGIQUE
  11. 11. HOW CAN DESIGN SUPPORT CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT?
  12. 12. DESIGNER AS AN AGENT FOR CHANGE: “Designers are having to evolve from being the individual authors of objects or buildings, to being the facilitators of change among large groups of people.” – JOHN THACKARA (2005) “Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones.” –HERBERT SIMON (1996)
  13. 13. THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE KALASATAMA HARBOR SHORE ROUTE, 2010. PHOTO: HELLA HERNBERG KALASATAMA TEMPORARY
  14. 14. KALASATAMA HARBOR BEFORE CONSTRUCTION WORK BEGAN, 2010. PHOTO: CHARLOTTA BOUCHT
  15. 15. 1 2 3 4 Aerial view of central Helsinki shows the main locations under transformation: 1. Pasila, 2. Kalasatama, 3. Jätkäsaari, 4. The oil harbor. Photo courtesy of City Survey Divison, Helsinki
  16. 16. The idea of Kalasatama Temporary was based on a hunch that there were active people in Helsinki who would organize inspiring things – if they were given a little push to do so.
  17. 17. OPEN BRUNCH IN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS AT KALASATAMA HARBOR, 2009. PHOTO: PART OY
  18. 18. VARIOUS COMMUNITY PROJECTS IN KALASATAMA, 2009-2011. PHOTOS: JOHANNES ROMPPANEN, HELLA HERNBERG
  19. 19. PHOTO: SOMPASAUNA.FI
  20. 20. KALASATAMA: CHALLENGES AND QUESTIONS • A need for policy design + new practical tools in order to make the interaction between the City and its residents run more smoothly • Can urban planning move from a specific plan to strategy that adapts to change: How to apply the tactics of spontaneous, self-organized projects to the planning process of a large, bureaucratic organization that is used to making stable, long- term decisions? • Continuity: On what level will the temporary activities remain as part of the permanent structures? • Scaling up the activity: Can smaller towns and suburbs learn from Kalasatama
  21. 21. THE PUBLIC SECTOR AS ENABLER?
  22. 22. TOP plan implement DOWN INSPIRATION: MARCO STEINBERG
  23. 23. Strategies Frameworks Projects Experiments Broad targets Broad context Practical experience Specific context INSPIRATION: MARCO STEINBERG
  24. 24. working as an embedded designer at the Ministry of the Environment via Design Exchange Programme (DEP) 11/2012 - 11/2013
  25. 25. VACANT SPACES (TYHJÄT TILAT) Project under Ministry of the Environment / Design Exchange Programme VACANT OFFICE SPACE IN MERIHAKA, HELSINKI PHOTO: JOHANNES ROMPPANEN
  26. 26. TILAN KÄYTTÄJÄ VÄLIT- TÄJÄAVOIMEN DATAN ASIANTUN- TIJA SOME- ASIAN- TUNTIJA MARKKINA- ANALYYTIK- KO RYHMÄRAKEN- NUTTAJA SOSIO- LOGI KAAVOIT- TAJA RAKEN- NUTTAJA SIJOITTAJA / SIJOITUSYHTIÖ LAIN- SÄÄDÄNTÖ KIINTEISTÖN- OMISTAJA SUUNNIT- TELIJA ”PIONEERIT” RAKENNUS- VALVONTA MUSEO- VIRAN- OMAINEN MUUT MINISTE- RIÖT KIINTEISTÖ- KEHITTÄJÄ RESEARCH PHASE VACANTSPACES: THEINTERACTIONPROCESS WITHSTAKEHOLDERS UNDERSTANDING OF PROCESSES, BOTTLENECKS AND POSSIBILITIES BRINGING DIFFERENT VIEWPOINTS TOGETHER WORKING WITH AND ACTIVATING STAKEHOLDERSPERSPECTIVES TO LAW EVALUATION MINISTRY WORKING GROUP OPEN COMMUNICATION “CROWDSOURCING” BRUNCH DISCUSSION AT PITÄJÄNMÄKI FACEBOOK OPEN WORKSHOP IN MERIHAKA MEETINGS WITH DIFFERENT MINISTRIES: TEM, VM, YM OPEN IDEAS POLL EXPERT WORK- SHOP IN MERI- HAKA BRIEF FOR NEXT PHASES INTERVIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS WITH STAKEHOLDERS, CASE ANALYSES
  27. 27. ALL THE VACANT SPACES WORKSHOPS AND STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS WERE HELD IN EMPTY OFFICE SPACES. PHOTOS: JOHANNES ROMPPANEN
  28. 28. COULD COLLABORATION WITH USERS AND STAKEHOLDERS BECOME AN INTEGRAL PART OF ALL BUILT ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS?
  29. 29. Kiitos! Thank you! Hella Hernberg Urban Dream Management hella@urbandreammanagement.com www.urbandreammanagement.com

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