In a world marked by an array of social and ecological challenges, the Nomad City project emerged as an inspiring response to these issues. Follow the journey of Milan Gillard, Mirte Meneve and Stef Lemmens as they embark on a transformative project in the heart of a city.
Over nine months, they created a nomadic village that moved between two unused plots of land in the city of Hasselt, Belgium. Within this unique setting, they invited artists, designers, architects, and permaculturists to join them in this research on life. Together they designed structures for communal living, reimagined education as a hands-on experience, highlighted our dependency from the natural environment and built bridges between schools, its departments and the neighborhoods surrounding them.
This book stands as a testament to their remarkable journey—a story that not only inspires but also equips you with practical insights, invaluable lessons, and tangible tools. Let it spark your own project and serve as a roadmap to transform your dreams of sustainable and communal living into a vibrant reality.
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