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Knowledge city

Lucia Dobrucká

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INNOVATION

City – Research/Universities – Enterprise

EVERYDAY LIFE

Creative capacity of common people in their common lifes (knowledge cities)

Spirit + Space

CHANGES in balance with STABILISATION

INNOVATION enabled by CREATIVITY

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„Innovations are not only in research, development and enterprise. We have to discover them in

community too.“ (Powell)

„Give people impuls and inspiration, they will give you back knowledge and new ideas.“ (Green)

„Keep people curious. If they are interested, they will learn and will be creative.“ (Hollander)

„Diversity, tolerance and openess create adequate atmosphere for rise of new talents.“ (Asheim)

„New requests on knowledge cities transform into new requests on urbanism. We need a place appropriate

for discussions on each corner.“ (Martinus)

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Ing. Anna Dobrucká

Google Zurich

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Ing. Anna Dobrucká

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I often do face an idea that creative thinking is very expensive. In fact we should ask what the price for not thinking in creative way is .”

(Landry, 2008)

… a city itself will choose its own future generations .”

(Green, 2010)

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