Ampatzidou, C., Bouw, M., van de Klundert, F., de Lange, M., & de Waal, M. (2015). The hackable city: a research manifesto and design toolkit. Amsterdam Creative Industries Publishing.
This publication, consisting of a ‘Hackable City Research Manifesto‘ and a ‘Hackable City Toolkit’, aims to offer an inroad to grasp these developments as well as a practical guide to act upon them: What opportunities, as well as challenges, does the rise of the platform society pose for an open, democratic process of collaborative citymaking? And how can citizens, design professionals, local government institutions and others creatively use digital media platforms in collaborative processes of urban planning, management and social organization, to contribute to a liveable and resilient city, with a strong social fabric?