Last October, Suzanna Tomor presented the paper “‘Becommoning’: a design-framework for the initiation of new commons” at the IASDR – International Association of Societies of Design Research. Read the full paper here.
This is a first iteration of the (Be)Commoning canvas – a framework that aims to provide insights for emergent resource communities and offer a useful tool for professional mediators / facilitators who can support commoners with an overarching guidance of becommoning.
Watch the first episode of the Charging the Commons Roundtable Series, which centered around the process of becoming a commons
The Charging the Commons research team organized a workshop at the Placemaking Week Europe 2023, under the title “Becommoning” – a design framework for the initiation of new commons”. Click here to find out more.
Charging the Commons team organised a workshop to explore with the Community Land Trust (Bijlmer, Amsterdam) members what and how they want to share, within the context of an urban commons community
De afgelopen maanden heeft onderzoeker Suzanna Tomor literatuuronderzoek verricht naar de totstandkoming van collectieve woningbouwprojecten. Welke aspecten komen in dat proces aan bod, en wat zijn mogelijke succes- en faalfactoren?
The Charging the Commons project investigates the design of the rules and (digital) tools for ‘resource communities’, also known as commons’. In this research, three cases have been identified so far: the H-buurt, De Warren and Commonwoods.
With the intention of documenting and disseminating the themes, research processes, and main outputs from the Circulate project, we created a series of short movies. Click here to watch.
In 2020, Circulate collaborated with a group of students from the HvA Master Digital Design on a 4-week design project, which had Enki Energy as its main client. For this assignment, the students were asked to create a data visualisation tool that facilitated the use and maintenance of the Enki Energy’s biodigester used in a communal kitchen at a housing complex in Amersfoort.