Urban (In)Hospitality: Rotterdam through the eyes of the Public Space Detective
Guide: Floor van Ditzhuyzen
Rotterdam claims to be a hospitable and inclusive city. A city where everyone feels welcome, has the opportunity to participate in public life and where everyone can move around freely and safely. But how hospitable and inclusive are Rotterdam’s public spaces in reality?
Explore the city with Floor van Ditzhuyzen, a.k.a. the Public Space Detective. Trained as an architect, she is a public space professional, studying and working in public space for over 25 years. On the blog www.publicspacedetective.com, she documents, questions and unravels common and uncommon phenomena in public space.
Days + times:
Friday 14th 14:45 – 16:15
Saturday 15th 14:45 – 16:15
Wheelchair accessibility: Yes
Language: English / Dutch – depending on participant group
All tours will start at MOMO playground. The location of MOMO Playground is still TBA, and will be communicated via email and on our socials very soon!
A sold out tour sometimes has places available after all. Stop by our guided tours desk at MOMO Playground for more information if you would still like to join a tour.