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S. Dumitriu, M. Cocheci, A. Lipan, R. Stadler, M. Draghia, S. Geambazu, P. Elisei together with 30 highschool students, 20 university students and local community representatives

Yplan team

http://yplan.ro/language/en_us/home/

Mihail Moxa, Bucharest, Romania
The Yplan team is a group formed by 5 young urban planners and a senior planner aiming to support the reclaim of Bucharest's public spaces trough bottom up interventions.

Yplan


Young Planners Initiative

Yplan


Young Planners Initiative
Young people building tomorrows public spaces

Yplan – Young Planners Initiative addresses both the need for reclaiming Bucharest’s public spaces and the need for youth civic involvement and urban education. With this in mind, a team of Romanian and Swiss urban planners and architects decided to teach and empower high school students, equipping them with knowledge and tools for public space interventions. The team held short presentations, workshops and debates in 9 high schools in Bucharest. Following the workshops, a group of high school students, together with several students joined the Yplan project. The group was involved in a series of workshops and activities (for example urban walks) targeting the redesign of 8 abandoned public spaces. The aim of these advanced workshops was to help the high school students understand and replicate the process of reviving an abandoned public space.



Ardeleni square from idea to implementation

Cantemir square from idea to implementation

Teleajen square from idea to implementation

Tepes square from idea to implementation

Sites for public space rehabilitation ideas

Yplan


Young Planners Initiative

Yplan


Young Planners Initiative
Young people building tomorrows public spaces

Yplan – Young Planners Initiative addresses both the need for reclaiming Bucharest’s public spaces and the need for youth civic involvement and urban education. With this in mind, a team of Romanian and Swiss urban planners and architects decided to teach and empower high school students, equipping them with knowledge and tools for public space interventions. The team held short presentations, workshops and debates in 9 high schools in Bucharest. Following the workshops, a group of high school students, together with several students joined the Yplan project. The group was involved in a series of workshops and activities (for example urban walks) targeting the redesign of 8 abandoned public spaces. The aim of these advanced workshops was to help the high school students understand and replicate the process of reviving an abandoned public space.



Ardeleni square from idea to implementation

Cantemir square from idea to implementation

Teleajen square from idea to implementation

Tepes square from idea to implementation

Sites for public space rehabilitation ideas


Idea by

S. Dumitriu, M. Cocheci, A. Lipan, R. Stadler, M. Draghia, S. Geambazu, P. Elisei together with 30 highschool students, 20 university students and local community representatives
Yplan team
Mihail Moxa
Bucharest
Romania
The Yplan team is a group formed by 5 young urban planners and a senior planner aiming to support the reclaim of Bucharest's public spaces trough bottom up interventions.