Project Social Reactor is the architectural strategy platform for the revitalization of non-functional buildings and spaces. It was designed by the international creative office KOGAA studio, which, among other things, deals with the issue of inactive structures and their adaptation to new functions. The aim of the organization is to create a network of functioning creative centers. Supporting the development of spaces and opportunities for creative industries entrepreneurs as local creators and craftsmen, non-profit organizations and other activities that will breathe new life into disused places, help to revitalize the surrounding area and increase living standards in the city.
Our tools a) Establishing the centers The Distillery and Lyceum b) Building a cultural platform Brno Design Days and React together to connect entrepreneurs across disciplines, create inspiring interactions, supporting innovative thinking, and promoting talent c) Cooperation with other projects at local and international level. Interconnecting different areas of business and creative industry.
Project Social Reactor Building Creative Communities aims at an international level of colaboration. In cooperation and with the financial support of the Visegrad Fund we bring in partners with a similar focus who will be involved across our activities throughout the project. The Association of Polish Architects Poznań Division is as well as Social Reactor focused on organize cultural-educational events related to the promotion of good architecture, focus on city environment and providing various opportunities for professionals in the field. Social Reactor founders have already participated in the SARP activities Mood for Wood.
Creative Industry Košice is a leader in the development of creative and cultural industries in Eastern Slovakia. The organization tends to be the part of major European structural projects and organizes conferences and events with similar topics. As an independent municipal institute, they have an impact on all important sectors as business, non-profit organizations and public institutions.