New important marks of social innovation at Cittadellarte: on Tuesday 16th January, a coworking space of sustainable design will open in the n.o.v.a.civitas area. The office will be available to anyone practising a profession or a research activity aiming at realizing the dream of a totally sustainable city from any point of view, from planning buildings to thinking about common areas, from the relationship with farming to the one with manufacturing, from cohabiting to mobility, from power to education and culture. During the open day – from 15.00 to 19.00 with free entry – you will have the chance to meet and talk with the people who created the project, to visit the space and receive all the practical info, e.g. costs, how to register, etc.
What will the new coworking space offer? The opportunity to take part in shared projects in a stimulating and creative environment. Sharing an office is an added value: it reduces costs and favours working collaborations. The context itself won’t be less important, having Cittadellarte as a background will allow participants to build an even more extended professional network. It won’t be a mere “open space”, but a place where to sow the seeds of a responsible social change between sharing and innovation, exactly like in Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Third Paradise, where one plus one makes three. Trinamics could in fact find implementation and inspiration in the new coworking space, where two minds, if united, could create an idea that couldn’t have originated without the interaction of two subjects.
“What we really wish for the n.o.v.a.civitas coworking space” – explains Armona Pistoletto, who conceived the project – “is that it becomes a vital and lively place where professional figures working with different aspects of the sustainable city have the possibility to realize together projects difficult to develop on one’s own, but feasible with the collaboration of others. We hope that the projects, connections and economies deriving from the n.o.v.a.civitas coworking space will multiply themselves, realizing more and more sustainable proposals for our towns and cities.”