City Space Architecture

 

studying

making

spreading

sharing

public space culture

 

City Space Architecture

 
Our engagement with UN-Habitat, the United Nations Human Settlements Programme
Habitat III, United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (2016)
 9th World Urban Forum (2018)  10th World Urban Forum (2020)
 
Our initiatives Our networks

The Journal of Public Space

Past Present and Future of Public Space
Public Space Academy MaPS. Mastering Public Space
Stand up for Public Space! Call for Advisors - NOW OPEN!
2020: A Year without Public Space under the Covid-19 Pandemic
 
Our art projects 
Pop-up City. Searching for instant urbanity Urban Visions. Beyond the Ideal City
A-PLACE. Linking places through networked artistic practices
Public Space Museum 
 
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City Space Architecture is a non-profit organization based in Bologna, Italy.

City Space Architecture is partner of the UN-Habitat's Global Public Space Programme;  it is included in the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs' Civil Society database; it is engaged in the United Nations General Assembly of Partners (GAP), Research and Academia Partner Constituent Group.

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City Space Architecture is registered in the Italian Revenue Agency since 13 May 2013 as a non-profit cultural association, according to the Italian Law 383/2000, with the tax code IT91358070372.
We do not hold a VAT/GST number.

We do not develop commercial activities.
According to Art. 10 of our Statute "the common fund, composed - by way of example without limitation - of management surpluses, funds, reserves and all assets acquired by the Association for any reason, can never be divided between members during the life of the association or at the time of its dissolution. It is forbidden to distribute, even in an indirect or deferred manner, profits or operating surpluses, as well as funds, reserves or capital, unless the destination or distribution are required by law".
City Space Architecture is obliged to reinvest any management surplus in favour of statutory institutional activities.

We cooperate with the Italian for-profit company Genius Saeculi for the management and development of commercial activities that could arise from our non-profit mission.

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