Sassari – TaMaLaCá

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City Sassari
Project TaMaLaCá
  Catchment Area Public Space, Social innovation, Urban Justice
Policy Silo Participatory planning, Arts, Civic education, Children’s participation
Year of beginning 2013
N° of people involved TaMaLaCá (architecture studio), Universita di Sassari, Sassari City Council, citizens (including vulnerable groups), Primary Schools’ children.
Description of the project The different services offered by TaMaLaCá – including urban regeneration, play and participation, tactical urbanism, inclusive projects, and alternative urban communication – aim to create a more inclusive city with space for public life to flourish and social exchanges to occur. Projects involve non-traditional planning instruments to trigger citizens’ participation.

TaMaLaCá (Tutta Mia La Cittá, meaning ‘the city is all mine’) is about citizens reconquering public spaces, namely the empowerment of vulnerable groups such as children, people with disability, women, between others. Citizens are driven to influence the betterment of urban space for present and future generations through engaging with urban regeneration projects with urban games and other collaborative tactics. TaMaLaCá celebrates and supports urban diversity and the right to the city.

Field Urban


Sassari, Italy

Project Details

Added: 8.06.18