This thesis examines the temporary use of two former industrial buildings in Copenhagen using case study as a methodical approach. GivRum is a non-profit organization which specialises in projects of temporary use. The organization acts as the empirical foundation of the analysis. Through their work, the relevance of analysing their projects PB43 and SydhavnsGade became evident, as a study of the processes of temporary usage in these specific cases enabled a chance of investigating two different stages of the process. In order to understand the ramifications of these, a literature review is conducted with the aim of mapping relevant notions in the field. The study seeks to investigate the general need for GivRum’s role as an ideological middleman in different processes of temporary use through the gathered information from the two projects. The conclusion is that GivRum contributes to the actors involved in the initiating and establishing phase while providing administrational and bureaucratic advice on how to act within the given boundaries of the process. Through a transparency principle GivRum furthermore sets the foundation for a communicative sphere where power structures to a lesser extent affect the outcome of the temporary project and thereby clarifies the general need of a mediating expert actor.
|Uddannelser||Geografi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||30 dec. 2016|
- midlertidig anveldelse