Yopougon: Becoming an educational and creative city throught social cohesion

Yopougon: Becoming an educational and creative city throught social cohesion

1. Context

Yopougon is the largest commune in the Côte d’Ivoire and one of the 13 communes in the District of Abidjan. With a surface area of 153 Km2, it was created in 1970 within the framework of an urban planning project to balance the sprawl of Abidjan.

Qingdao’s cultural and creative industrial park

Qingdao’s cultural and creative industrial park

1. Context

Qingdao is an important coastal and international port city. As of 2018, the city has seven districts and three countylevel cities and a permanent population of 9394,800.

The White Night: Full-on ART

The White Night: Full-on ART

1. Context

Mérida is home to just over one million inhabitants, and showcases its multiculturalism in its architecture, gastronomy, lifestyles, and creation. It has been recognized with international awards and has been named the most liveable city in the country.

Segou, a creative city

Segou, a creative city

1. Context

Segou is the capital of the ancient Bambara kingdom, located in the heart of West Africa on the banks of the Niger River. The city asserts itself as a city of cultural excellence in Mali, multiplying cultural and creative initiatives.

Krabi’s sustainable future cities

Krabi’s sustainable future cities

1. Context

Thailand’s Krabi province, about 783 km south of Bangkok, is internationally renowned for its stunning scenery. With over 150 islands along its 150km-long coastline, Krabi attracts over four million international visitors per year.

Terracotta City

Terracotta City

1. Context

Jatiwangi is a sub-district of the Majalengka Regency, located in the province of West Java. Jatiwangi has been known as a producer of roof tile and is the largest one in Indonesia and even Southeast Asia.

Eindhoven’s Museum in the City

Eindhoven’s Museum in the City

1. Context

Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, is a city that is mostly known for design and technology. Dutch Design Week is a key event and the city hosts educational institutes like the Design Academy Eindhoven and the Technical University.

Conexão Cultura DF (Culture Connection DF)

Conexão Cultura DF (Culture Connection DF)

1. Context

Brasília’s development only began in the mid-1950s, and became Brazil’s capital in 1960. People from all over the country came to participate in its construction, creating a diverse and culturally rich workforce, which remains one of the capital’s main assets.