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In December 2018 we involved the inhabitants of the Kleine Wingerd in Lanaken (Belgium) in co-design workshops to explore possibilities to develop more desirable futures for living in the neighbourhood. Inhabitants have been engaged in reworking the dwelling patterns discovered in previous interviews that have been collected, analysed and visualised in an “Open catalogue of dwelling patterns” of Lanaken. Through prototyping, inhabitants have been triggered and facilitated to collectively discuss how to improve sustainability on the level of the neighbourhood and rework dwelling patterns to make them more sustainable from their inhabitant’s perspective. 

Together, we discussed and visualised a number of alternatives to improve the neighbourhood by developing collective and shared spaces, improving the green, introducing neighbourhood shops and supporting neighbourhood liveability for elders.

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