Pop-Up architecture has a great cultural and economic potential.
It can be build to support events ideas which are connecting people from one neighbourhood around a cultural concept.
The architecture’s flexibility allows the concept to be applied to many different public spaces, which certainly benefit and revitalize. The respective Pop-up architecture is related to the cultural event: such as street festivals, temporary restaurants, theatre plays or a temporary cinema. All these examples are possible events to revitalize the neighbourhood. Thus, the architecture and the event build a unit and create a strong identity for a cultural concept.
Such cultural events, related to temporary architecture, shall not only connect people but also sustainably revitalize public places that were not used before. Ideally, temporary projects encourage cultural life of an entire district and makes neighbours becoming friends.