This tool for collective mapping of Hospitalet’s playability is designed as an open and collective process that allows us to identify the ways of playing that we practice in our city and to rethink the quality of latent spaces that we activate through play and through the relationships between neighbors.

Sharing this scattered knowledge and practices may help build a more layered and comprehensive view of ways of making public spaces and common spaces. This investigation will help to underpin organizational processes to make cities playable, open and sustainable.


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