Location: Manifattura Tabacchi, in Via delle Cascine 35, Florence (I)
Accessibility, community, welcoming, gender, art, and the human-nature relationship are the key words through which more than 40 Italian and international guests will talk about their experiences in the fourth edition of Many Possible Cities, the festival dedicated to urban regeneration.
Three days of meetings, talks, an exhibition and an “extra” program inspired by the visions of the New European Bauhaus: sustainability, inclusion and beauty.
Through the three dimensions of policy, practice and inspiration, the festival will attempt to represent the prismatic nature of cultural and urban transformations: from the botanical city to placemaking, from tactical urbanism to temporary uses, from the city of care to the city of welcome, from the governance of the commons to public-private partnerships.
Many Possible Cities this year focuses on the need not only to restart, but to do so with a systemic view, through the use of a different operating system that can read and deal with complexity. This year Many Possible Cities focuses on the restarting of urban systems and the critical issues that characterise the post-pandemic period. On the need not only to restart, but to do so through the use of a different operating system capable of reading and dealing with complexity.