Distributed Design and Urban Regeneration: Make Your City

T-factor, Hub-in and Centrinno contribute with an article on new approaches to city-making in a new publication by the Distributed Design project, funded by Creative Europe Urban areas are covered by multiple layers of complexity. And the role of design as a discipline that can connect the dots between different disciplines to formulate new approaches […]

Tomorrow’s Heritage, our contribution to the New European Bauhaus.

According to the European Commission, the New European Bauhaus expresses the EU’s ambition of creating beautiful, sustainable, and inclusive places, products and ways of living. It promotes a new lifestyle where sustainability matches style, thus accelerating the green transition in various sectors of our economy such as construction, furniture, fashion and in our societies as […]

T-Factor and Centrinno join forces at SISCODE Final Conference

A better Europe requires policies that respond better to societal needs. As a conclusion of 3 years of research and experimentation SISCODE consortium has synthesized the learnings into a pledge – a manifesto – with the ambition to affect and impact future policies and policy making beyond the project. Join interactive co-creation sessions and talks […]

Meet our sister projects Centrinno and HUB-IN.

T-Factor is certainly not alone in its journey towards better cities. The European Commission actively supports strategic synergies and collaborations across different projects, and Centrinno and HUB-IN are our sister projects in the development of new portfolios of innovations for inclusive and sustainable cities. CENTRINNO: A four-year research project focused on industrial historical sites undergoing […]

Making cities in the age of uncertainty: Insights from the European Commission.

Cities across Europe are increasingly driving ‘meanwhile spaces’ at scale and scope, making the most of co-creative collaboration and wide engagement to shape more sustainable and inclusive futures. Moreover, vis-à-vis the disruptive impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, many cities are looking at ‘meanwhile space reuse’ as a means for flexible place prototyping, which can help […]