Momo Kapor Square is a small urban "pocket" in the highly dense, popular central neighbourhood in Belgrade, Serbia, named after popular writer and painter Momo Kapor. The square was realized on the spot of former gas-station. We helped the Office of City Architect to come up with an invigorating communication and participation trajectory. We made a street workshop using simple game based on the characters and motives from the Kapor's books and paintings as a tool for public space design. The outcomes of citizens' design ideas were realized by the City's planning office afterwards.
type: co-design process management / stakeholder co-design workshop / storytelling