The group of citizens gathered around the Green Sušak initiative is an informal group of people connected by their enthusiasm and ideas for the revitalisation of Sušak.
Zeleni Susak - A Tribute to Josip Kulfanek I is part of a larger Celebration of the centenary of Sušak project, launched by the School of Applied Arts in Rijeka.
The Ginko project plans to build and set up birdhouses in the trees of different downtown locations, creating the Ginkotheme park.
The edible cities movement is expanding around the globe where public areas have edible plants planted in them that are accessible to everyone.
The focus of the project is the horticultural landscaping of the plateau in Gornja Vežica in order to create a meeting place for the local population and the joint care of the plateau and the vegetables, fruit trees, flowerbeds and ornamental plants planted there.
Today, air pollution, poor quality food and stress are part of the everyday life of a large portion of the population, especially in urban areas.
This project envisaged cultivating and making public space greener – the green spaces between the buildings at numbers 7 and 9 Aleksandar Mamić Street to make this location comfortable for all generations to share.
Drenova by its surface area is one of the largest neighbourhoods in Rijeka and lacks landscaped green spaces.
The Green Gallery and Pašac Library project transforms the Frčala area in Pašac into a community centre by installing bookcases, lighting fixtures for exhibitions, and horticultural wall decoration.
The goal of the Seaside Park in the Heart of the City project is to make it greener, tidy it up and open up to the public one of the rarely spotted green spaces in the Old Town, the space behind the Korzo department store, and near the Primorska Tavern.
This project relates to a long-neglected green city area in the historic centre of the Old Town.
Although various forms of greenery are appealing and interesting as an aesthetic decoration, its existence in accordance with the principles of sensory integration and sustainable development requires a greater degree of activity.
The Pop-up park is a simple and attractive solution for arranging the public inactive area at the southern end of the Delta car park.
The Sensors project includes the landscaping of the Krnjevo kindergarten for generations of children, with a special focus placed on sensory integration and the preservation of the environment and nature.
This is a continuation of the project of the same name, which was implemented through the first round of the participatory programme of Rijeka 2020 - European Capital of Culture.
Laurel Park is a project that activates and regulates a neglected forest public space between the Kantrida Children's Hospital and the retirement home.
This project involves revitalising a forgotten concrete playground on Belvedere into a space for the expression of diversity and creativity, all with the aim of promoting play, sports and outdoor activities for children and young people.