Year of realization
Adam Švejda (IPR)
Štěpán Bärtl (IPR)
Marek Vácha (IPR)
Adam Váchal (HN)
Nikita Poljakov (HN)
The project of online specials for CAMP - Center of Architecture and Urban Planning aims to stir up the public debate on the development of Prague. The main mission is to introduce the public with the planning of public space, its financing and a manual for creating public spaces. Online Special Praha 2030 follows up the interactive exhibition "Pře(d)stav si Prahu".
IPR has recently created a special public space creation manual. It is on this basis that the metropolis will change so that streets do not belong only to drivers and the sidewalks will not be the space what people wants to leave as soon as possible.
Prague, where it is worth to live
We are looking for ways how to visualize a large amounts of data.
The city must use the money more effectively and cleary choose priorities. It needs to build a new metro line D, complete the construction of the Prague Ring Road and also extend tram lines to new locations. A better system of Prague transport will be reflected in the environment. Fewer cars mean less noise and less exhaust in the air.
Prague, which is not an open-air museum for tourists
Tourists in the capital are increasing year by year. However, the fact that they spend less time in Prague and concentrates exclusively on the area of the historical core brings with them a number of negatives. The city center is being depopulated. People in Prague 1 buy apartments so that they can mostly rent them through AirBnb rather than living in them. In places where interesting businesses could be found, there are sellers of cheap tourist trinkets. And that must change.
Prague, which is not hampered by bureaucracy
According to the Deloitte study, Prague can save 300 - 400 million a year in the future by reducing administrative burdens with new services and applications for citizens.