CREATING PLACES WHERE PEOPLE FEEL WELCOME
aatvos is dedicated to reviving the public domain. Their experience in architecture, marketing, economics, sociology, psychology, and communication evokes social change through the design of third places. The multidisciplinary approach combining architecture, marketing, design, and communication, makes aatvos a great source of inspiration for a wide variety of clients like governmental organizations, municipalities, libraries theaters, universities, and many more.
CREATING A 3RD PLACE WORKSHOP
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Looking to create a welcoming 3rd place that is widely supported by your organization? You need a sympathetic understanding of people and a professional eye for space. This custom workshop provides the foundation for the interior design to create a 3rd place where people feel inspired to meet up, socialize, learn and grow. Download the workshop here.
HOW TO CREATE A RELEVANT PUBLIC SPACE
THIRD PLACES FOR ALL
Public spaces, also known as third places, keep our society vital and intact. Unfortunately, the public domain is becoming increasingly less public as it falls victim to the whims of commercial parties. Those whose wallets cannot afford to pay the required entrance fee or that branded cup of coffee are starting to be left behind. Inclusion and equality are keystones for creativity and innovation, which is why revitalizing third places such as cultural centers and libraries is an urgent mission. As creative guides, architecture and interior design are our weapons of choice, the book 3rd4ALL is our societal call to arm for reclaiming the public domain.
2. Norddeutscher Leseförderkongress 2020
‘How to Create a Relevant Public Space’ is the title of Aat’s opening lecture of the 2. Norddeutscher Leseförderkongress 2020 in Lübeck, Germany. This Reading Promotion Congress is organized by Bücherpiraten E.V.
Avans Hogeschool Guest Lecture Den Bosch (NL)
During a roundtable talk for 3rd years students ‘Business and Retail Management’ of Avans Hogeschool in Den Bosch, Aat will explain the concept and relevancy of third places in general and in relation to ‘The Future of Retail’.