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Walking as a laboratory

Disruptive CityLab is starting walking in the streets of Ghent. These walks are based on the urban morphology of the city, following its original arteries, nodes and overlapped structures (communication, transportation systems) and are used as a laboratory for the exploration of urban and social phenomenons.

Planned walks:

  • Brugsepoort-Rooigem
  • Rabot-Gasmetersite-Blaisantvest
  • Sleepstraat-Dok Noord
  • Blandijnberg (Ghent University)

Here is a glimpse of our explorations:


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Disruptive CityLab is starting soon…

Disruptive Citylab will be soon active in Ghent (Be), starting in spring 2011 with various projects: “Mapping Urban Phenomenons”, “Walking as Laboratory”, “This is also Ghent” and a “Platform for urban action and intervention”.

Maps will be the navigation tools to explore the different sites and outputs (inventory, recordings, art projects,…) that are also subject to a preliminary research.

This page will keep you updated of the evolution of the projects and of the upcoming Disruptive CityLab events.

Read more about Disruptive CityLab…

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