Malmö – Urban design for the sharing economy
Sege Park – transformation of a former hospital into a new neighbourhood based on principles of sharing economy
Join us on a visit to Sege Park and explore how the sharing economy is influencing property developers, self-build co-ops, utilities and car parking companies to rethink their concepts, plans and business models.
Sege Park was once a sanatorium, self-sufficient in fruit and vegetables, providing care in a green and pleasant environment. Today the area is being developed through re-purposing of existing buildings and new development to become a lively sustainable neighbourhood. Learn about the collaborative design process, where the developers have committed to working with the principles of sharing economy, exploring new ways of increasing quality of experience, strength of community, affordable housing and environmental sustainability.