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    “Good public space is one that embodies both durability and flexibility”

    Interview with Sarah Ichioka

    The former director of The Architecture Foundation (AF) and member of the Jury for the European Prize for Urban Public Space discusses with Shared Spaces the values of public space and the dangers it faces.
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    The 2012 Prize exhibition opens in Caen

    Caen (France): 28/02/2014 - 30/03/2014, Pavillon de Normandie

    The exhibition will be held from 28 February until 30 March in the Pavillon de Normandie, a new cultural centre aiming to become a space for reflection and debate about the urban changes that Caen has recently embarked upon.
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    “The urbanizing madness of the past few years has created urban spaces but not cities”

    Interview with Joan Nogué

    The Professor of Human Geography, Joan Nogué, talks with Shared Spaces about the shortcomings of urban sprawl.
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    Athens shows a retrospective exhibition on the Prize

    Athens (Greece): 18/02/2014 - 10/03/2014, Arsakeion Arcade

    The exhibition, consisting of the thirteen prize-winning works from the first seven awards of the Prize, is part of a larger show which will be open to the public in the old Arsakeion Arcade in the centre of Athens from 18 February to 10 March.
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    The Prize exhibition opens in Prague

    Galerie Jaroslava Fragnera,
    from 20 June until 1 September.

    The exhibition will be shown in the centrally located Galerie Jaroslava Fragnera, as part of of the reSITE Urban Festival, from 20 June until 1 September.
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    The Prize exhibition opens in Quito

    Quito (Ecuador): from 25/01/14 to 02/07/14, San Francisco de Quito University (USFQ).

    The exhibition that accounts for the results of the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2012 opens in Quito with a lecture by Josep Llinàs.
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    Premiere of the documentary 'The Invisible intervention'

    On February 20, at 19:00 p.m., the CCCB will present a documentary on the restoration of the peaks of Turo de la Rovira with a debate composed by David Castillo, Josep Llinas, Paco Díaz González, Carlota Coloma and Adrià Lahuerta.
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    "Democracy, Technology and City"

    Lecture by Evgeny Morozov

    On 27 January, the Belarusian essayist, Evgeny Morozov, who is well known for his reflections on the social impact of the new technologies, opened the Open City lecture series at the CCCB with a talk titled “Democracy, Technology and City”.
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    The call for entries for the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2014 is closed

    Once the registration period for the eighth edition of the Prize is closed, more than 300 nominations have been submitted. Until 30 January, participants will be able to complete the information and documentation required by the rules. On 3 and 4 April, the Jury will meet and the 25th of the same month the results will be announced. Thanks to all participants!
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    Open City”, A New Cycle of Lectures in the Barcelona Debate

    Between 27 January and 24 March, the CCCB will present speakers of a very wide range of backgrounds and sensibilities who will discuss the concept of openness as a necessary condition for urban life.
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