The city of Rzeszow has a hidden and underestimated potential: the remarkable infrastructure of the historic underground route of the city. Rzeszow cellars were modernised, retrofitted using new, interactive tools.
Quality of interventions on cultural heritage
Dock 1 was an abandoned dockyard area on the shores of Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea, known as ‘The Three Cities’. The Dock1 Regeneration Project aimed at an urban, social, environmental and landscape regeneration of the area.
The city of Šibenik is characterized by its fortification system dating back to the Early Medieval Period. Bringing together both heritage building management and cultural programming and production, Šibenik's fortresses produce a range of cultural events with a strong focus on local people.
The Pactum of Römerland Carnuntum, signed by the region’s 30 mayors, calls for an intermunicipal commitment to common, mindful planning and execution of building activities.
Ghent decided to work with local organisations to revitalise the social housing neighbourhood ‘Malem’ with a community arts practice that offers qualitative training and creates infrastructure for circus artists.
The city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, in the Netherlands, innovatively restored and redeveloped a 16th-century bulwark combining traditional techniques with modern design and materials, and climate-resilience.
Since 2008, the municipality of Daugavpils has been undertaking a regeneration programme in its 19th century fortress, the only military fortification of its kind in Northern Europe.