Metropolitan Collective’s Sebastien Goethals is at ISOCARP 2015 to present a vision for the evolution of how ports interact with their cities and the global economy. This work, part of the Port-City Interface Workshop highlights the potential to integrate the knowledge economy, urban aquaculture and agriculture, and flexible co-working spaces that are connected with port infrastructures and post-industrial waterfronts. Check out Metropolitan Collective and Citilinks’ work on the Port of Qingdao, China to see the Community Sharing Port’s potential.

Qingdao Sharing Port.