Tagged Stephan Kampelmann

The Studio (BE)

In May 2016 – in collaboration with BYRRRH & Skate, Congres, Entrakt, Superlab* –  OSMOS bid on the temporary use of a 22,000sqm former pharmaceutical plant almost in…

Destiny’s Child

Time needed: 90-120 minutes. Participants: 5-8 per group. Materials  Pencils (1 per participant) Rubbers / erasers (1 per table) A5 post-cards on 300gsm paper (~3…

RELUX

Design and development of a modular glass kiosque from reclaimed double glazing Circular economy is about avoiding waste, often by imagining ways that allow resources…

Project-Environment Canvas

Time needed: 1-3 hours, depending on the level of research. Participants: 4-8 people per group, depending on the complexity of the topic. Overview The ‘Project-Environment Canvas’ a simple…

Book – “Bridges to Local Economies”

OSMOS’ first book is hot off the press!  Based on some five years of European research within the TURAS program on transitions, resilience and sustainability, “Bridges to Local Economies” is…

Organic waste and the circular economy

Dr Stephan Kampelmann‘s presentation at the TURaS “Collaborating Communities” workshop held in Dublin in September 2016.   Stephan discusses the issues and objectives of the…

A vision for Manziana (IT)

The Solfatara is a project that we have been developing since 2014 with local partners BIC Lazio and the Università Agraria di Manziana.  After extensive…

the poster

Time needed: 30 minutes- 3 hours, depending on the level of research. Participants: 4-8 people. Posters are a great way to sum up an issue.  It forces…

Collaborating communities (IE)

Convincing a crowd of planners, academics, municipal employees and a sample of community organisations from the Dublin region that there are meaningful and effective ways…

The dialectic

Time needed: 60-90 minutes, depending on the level of discussion. Participants: 4-8 people per group, depending on the complexity of the topic. The richest part of an…

Back to the future.

Time needed: 30-90 minutes, depending on the level of research. Participants: 4-8 people per group, depending on the complexity of the topic. Emotions are a significant driver…

Brussels Crown Barracks (BE)

OSMOS, helped Brussels University Alliance* – through support from the TURaS programme and partners Brussels Environment* and Bio Azul (ES)* – with their vision for the reconversion…

On temporary building use and ecology.

Cities are dynamic and complex places however over the last decade there has been an increasing emphasis on maximising use of space.  Temporary use and ‘access’ based…

Circular Economy – what is in the way?

Public forum 5th April 2016, Brussels. Hosted by QED* policy platform and moderated by OSMOS’ Stephan Kampelmann. With the Circular Economy on many people’s lips…

Solfatara di Manziana (IT)

Manziana is a town about an hour north-west of the Vatican on the FL3 train line just a whistle from the shores of Lake Bracciano.  The…

Urban Ecology Centre BXL

The Urban Ecology Centre BXL is a non-profit and community based organisation that is closely connected to OSMOS: in spirit and in practice. Where OSMOS…

Stakeholder based innovation in Malaga (ES)

A stakeholder workshop, hosted at the recently inaugurated Centre Pompidou in Malaga (ES).  The event consisted of some 30 participants from across Malaga’s business, academic,…

The Curatorial Method

Engagement of local actors and stakeholders in urban areas is increasingly considered a prime leverage point for transitions towards sustainability. In practice it is a field…

The quarries of Malaga (ES)

The hilly topography along the coast south of the touristic centre of Malaga lies a number of quarries that have either been abandoned or are in…

Sum of its parts

Time needed: ~1-1.5 hours. Participants: min 3-max 5 per group. The Solbosch university campus garden (Jardin des Semeurs) involved an experiment in designing a garden…

Solbosch “Jardin des Semeurs” (BE)

In a corner of the Université de Bruxelles’ Solbosch campus lies a vacant site where once one of the original university buildings stood but was demolished…

Parco Agricolo Casal del Marmo (IT)

The Site The site  contains deep layers of topsoil that have been cultivated over millennia – the soil is referred to as “terra romana” and…

Penta-helix stakeholder management

The way stakeholders are engaged can make a great difference in how a project is developed, in how a problem is perceived and can distinguish between…

Stephan Kampelmann

Stephan is a social scientist with a PhD in economics. He has studied at the universities of Maastricht, Lille, Paris, Brussels and Berlin. He is…