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Sergey Golovin, Hayk Torozyan, George Akopov

Moscow, Russia
Architectural team from Moscow. Russia.

Central Farm?


Participatory Design of an urban environment

Central Farm?


Participatory Design of an urban environment
Participatory Design of an urban environment. Direct involvement of the population in the process of formation and life of the park.
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  • Systemic changes

The project for the LA + magazine contest, ICONOCLAST. 2018. The project abstract is written in the form of newspaper article, on the emergence of a new park in place of old one, lost as a result of natural disasters.
The concept implies the development of a public space (park) in an evolutionary way based on initiatives that arise from below. Without a strictly approved design. All interested persons, residents, activists, professionals, administration representatives and other enthusiasts are invited to directly participate in the emergence and development of the public space. Without going beyond the limits of mutually accepted restrictions. The territory given for development isn’t based on the site design, but within the boundaries of the jointly established rules. Consciously the project isn’t limited on time. The park won’t have to be maintained, repaired or artificially equipped. Fulfillment of these conditions will be provided by interested participants themselves.


Central Farm?


Participatory Design of an urban environment

Central Farm?


Participatory Design of an urban environment
Participatory Design of an urban environment. Direct involvement of the population in the process of formation and life of the park.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The project for the LA + magazine contest, ICONOCLAST. 2018. The project abstract is written in the form of newspaper article, on the emergence of a new park in place of old one, lost as a result of natural disasters.
The concept implies the development of a public space (park) in an evolutionary way based on initiatives that arise from below. Without a strictly approved design. All interested persons, residents, activists, professionals, administration representatives and other enthusiasts are invited to directly participate in the emergence and development of the public space. Without going beyond the limits of mutually accepted restrictions. The territory given for development isn’t based on the site design, but within the boundaries of the jointly established rules. Consciously the project isn’t limited on time. The park won’t have to be maintained, repaired or artificially equipped. Fulfillment of these conditions will be provided by interested participants themselves.



Idea by

Sergey Golovin, Hayk Torozyan, George Akopov
Moscow
Russia
Architectural team from Moscow. Russia.