City Mine(d) is an independent organization based in London and Brussels. Our aim is to involve citizens & local residents in urban development. We set up experiments across the sustainable development spectrum: economy, water, energy, governance and education. We build prototypes –like a spill-free tap, a Raspberry Pi-based water quality tester, a portable pedestrian crossing– organize action-research –about economics and urban governance– and bring people together on local and global issues.

Contact: Jim Segers
+07905 93 33 11
[email protected]
citymined.org

Trànsit Projectes mission is to facilitate the access to the social and cultural capital of the citizens by the empowerment of people, the support to organisations and territorial development and innovation. It combines the management of a number of cultural and community centres in Barcelona area, cultural and creative productions and international vocation, specially in Europe and Latin America.

Contact: Joan Pedregosa
+34 933 194 750
[email protected]
transit.es

TESSERAE (Colini-Tripodi GbR) is an independent organization engaged in professional practice and research in the urban, social and media fields. It is a trans-disciplinary hub providing expertise and operative capacity in research, policy advising, communication, education, international cooperation, project development and management. It is based in Berlin and works both with local and international perspectives.

Contact: Lorenzo Tripodi
+34 999 999 999
[email protected]
tesserae.eu

Ndvr (short for ‘endeavour’, which stands for exploring, discovering, undertaking, …) is a social enterprise that puts to use spatial and social expertise to increase the positive social impact of spatial projects.  Ndvr office combines expertise in architecture, urban/spatial planning and social geography to advise, guide and support architects, planners, organizations, ngo’s, project developers and governments in pursuing the full social potential of spatial projects and in creating an understanding of complex spatial matters.

Contact: Maarten Desmet
+32 485 51 02 07
[email protected]
ndvr.be