HUBER is a training course aimed at deepening, for the definition of operational guidelines, the process of reactivation and practices of temporary reuse of decommissioned properties and assets based on the experience of regional territorial activators, including through practical game-simulations on property owned by RER – Villa Tassoni in Ostellato.
“The HUBER training course aims to focus on the organizational and functional aspects related to the implementation, management and evaluation of reuse practices of decommissioned properties and assets in order to identify proven and shared processes underlying guidelines on temporary uses, implementing Art. 16 of the regional planning law LR 24/2017.
The training, anticipated by the organization of collegial moments of confrontation-HUB Laboratories between July 2019 and November 2020- , includes a theoretical and a practical path, in which knowledge will be applied for a reactivation project on Villa Tassoni, a heritage property owned by the region located in the municipality of Ostellato and currently in disuse.
The course is promoted by the Hub Usi Temporanei – Urban Quality and Housing Policy Service, in collaboration with the Procurement, Heritage, Logistics and Security Service and the Participation Area of the Emilia Romagna Region, and conceived and organized by the partnership of activators and experts in urban regeneration composed of the Planimetrie Culturali association (lead partner), the Amigdala Collective, Officina Meme Architetti, the associations Spazi Indecisi and Il Palloncino Rosso, and Studio Performa A+U.
Due to the COVID emergency, all planned activities, contrary to what was initially indicated, will be conducted ON-LINE unless different new updates will be communicated to stakeholders.”
The HUBER working group consists of a set of Associations, including: Cultural Planimetries, Amigdala, Red Balloon, Undecided Spaces, and two professional firms: Studio Performa A + U and the startup Officina Meme Architects. These groups act alongside the Emilia-Romagna Region’s Temporary Uses Hub in developing guidelines for temporary uses.
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