Urban Management students from Collegium Da Vinci together with students of Urban Design from the Dutch Breda University of Applied Sciences have started joint classes within the second (during this academic year) studio “A living city”. The May meetings opened inter-university, analytical urban works on the two chosen districts of Poznań – Wilda and Rataje.
A group of 30 students have been working in the university and outside, preparing a detailed analysis of the specified area. The workshops were carried out by the lecturers-practitioners of the two universities – Huub Droogh, Sylwia Mikołajczak, Marc Holvoet and Ed Ravensbergen. Also Piotr Libicki – Vice-Director of City Roads Administration in Poznań and Łukasz Mikuła – Head of the Commission for Spacial Policy and Revitalisation in the City Council of Poznań. The outcome of the students’ work will be a masterplan for the chosen areas, which will include the development concept of Warta embankment, which crosses the areas of both districts. The work will last till June and will end up with the presentation of students’ accomplishments.