Through the further process of co-creation and mentoring of euPOLIS experts, the three winning teams will work in the coming weeks on optimizing and incorporating their solutions into a joint design for the pocket park and eco-education center at the mentioned location. In addition to designing the blue-green park, the goal of the competition and upcoming co-creative workshops is to educate young professionals in the direction of nature-inspired solutions in urban planning, as well as to build up their willingness to cooperate within larger teams and euPOLIS.
The regeneration of the park on Zemun Quay will be based on the solution of the first-prize winning team, which the jury considers being the most in line with euPOLIS principles of improving the quality of public health and well-being, fully uses the potential of existing infrastructure and is easily implemented. Through cooperation with the other two teams, the most optimal solution will be obtained, innovative approaches to urban planning will be applied, all through the cooperation of young experts with the expert team of the euPOLIS project.
Content is taken from https://eupolis-project.eu/2022/03/31/students-of-architecture-for-zemun-quay/