Participatory Urbanism in Bucharest: The Line Project

The Line Project is one of our achievements for 2021 that still generates effects in 2022. UrbanizeHub created with the community the concept for largest park co-designing project to date in Romania. Instead of opening the windows and watching a desolated railway line, the residents of a neighborhood in Bucharest will breathe fresh air and …

#7 Fierbinți could become an urban escape and touristic brand – UHub European Tour

The seventh stop of our tour brought us to Fierbinți-Târg, in the West Ialomita Functional Area. Medium-sized and small urban communities have always had difficulties in creating a development strategy if they are located near a large urban agglomeration, but in Fierbinti we discovered a strategy with real potential: a bedroom, eventful and green city. …

APEL – Urban regeneration and preventive design in Bucharest

APEL (Activation and Planning for Local Efficiency) Colentina-Tei, Bucharest, is one of our 2022 projects through which we achieve both urban regeneration and earthquake risk management. UrbanizeHub designed a guide based on the wishes and needs of citizens dedicated to the City Hall of District 2 Bucharest. The process of developing the guide started with …

Yplan – how youth reclaimed 4 public spaces in Bucharest

Public space quality represents one of many criteria showing that Romania’s cities are lagging compared to Western cites. Public space, an essential part of every city that according to UN-Habitat should cover at least 30% of its total surface, has a central role when it comes to the success of already famous cities such as …