Posts Tagged ‘Ljubljana’

Ljubljana: from revitalisation to gentrification

Gentrification is a highly debated topic not only in urban planning experts’ circles but way beyond. The processes labelled as ‘gentrification’ are very diverse. Each case is quite specific and depends heavily on the local context. The processes may differ between global cities and smaller cities, but the effects gentrification has in cities is quite [...]

By Aidan Cerar, on January 11th, 2018 at 12:35

Urban Gardening: Every City Has Its Own Story

Urban gardening is one of the most widespread collaborative spatial practices in Slovenia. It is not a new phenomenon as it has been present in Slovenian cities and towns for decades, most extensively since the end of World War II. Urban gardens are everywhere – on municipal gardening plots, in schools and kindergartens, nurseries, and [...]

By Petra Očkerl, on August 17th, 2015 at 10:00

Between Bottom-up Regeneration and Coworking

As described in a recent blog post, in Slovenia, collaborative spatial practices have been springing up like mushrooms after the rain. The publication Prostori sodelovanja (“Spaces of Collaboration”), published by IpoP, and a dedicated website deal with a wide variety of these practices within seven themes: co-mobility, housing communities, bottom-up regeneration, temporary use of space, [...]

By Petra Očkerl, on March 12th, 2015 at 11:06

The Rise of Alternative Practices in Urban Development

In many European countries, traditional planning approaches are facing various problems. In the more developed countries, spatial and urban planning is often characterised by over-formalised procedures, whereas in the less developed countries, the authorities responsible for spatial and urban planning are often unable to regulate private and other particular interests in favour of the common [...]

By Marko Peterlin, on February 19th, 2015 at 13:33