Towarowa Street in the spotlight

The recruitment for a training course in the area of creating a change program for Towarowa Street in Warsaw will last till 9th November this year.

The recruitment for a training course in the area of creating a change program for Towarowa Street in Warsaw will last till 9th November this year. The objective of the planned training course is to create four changes programs in spatial and economic zone at Towarowa Street in Warsaw. Warsaw is changing every day. The future of the city depends on officials but also on inhabitants. Hence, the engagement of organizations, private partners and people who may add many crucial elements is so important in this project – says Michał Olszewski, Vice-President of Warsaw.

 

Participation in a training course is provided for teams of architects and experts from the area of e.g. sociology, psychology, anthropology, cultural studies, economics or management. It is necessary to provide one architect and one person who has occupational experience in the field of social science in each team. The training course is organized in two stages. The first one consists in recruitment of applications, from which 4 project teams will be selected. The second stage will consist in devising an authorial change program by these teams on the area of Towarowa Street.

 

The organized training course is a part of the Nowa Towarowa project, which is a joint initiative of Warsaw, Muzeum Woli – Muzeum Warszawy, Department of Warsaw Association of Polish Architects, the Unit for Social Innovation and Research – Shipyard and two companies: Ghelamco and Skanska.

 

The area included in the training course of the Nowa Towarowa project is especially important due to its midtown location and dynamic changes, which it is undergoing. The training course creates an opportunity for discussion and cooperation with other teams, experts and inhabitants. It has also a real impact on a new shape of this important fragment of Warsaw – convinces Dr. Eng. Katarzyna Sądowy, Association of Polish Architects.

 


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