100% Zomer was asked to guide a ‘pressure cooker’ workshops with 20 architectural engineering students of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen. In cooperation with Superuse Studios Rotterdam. Goal was to develop a circular vision for an empty business area and a populated residential.
Tags:business areas / circular / City / new business models / social
When: January 2014
Who: Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen
Why: Groningen was co-creating with Gunter Pauli, founder of the Blue Economy, a new Blue City.
What: 100% Zomer had students explore different circular scenario’s, mapped the different stakeholders and new connected business models.
Results: The students learned from each other’s vision and work. At the end the presented four approaches and chose one to turn into a visual proposal.