This is the first case study from research into financial and business models for temporary use projects. The aim of the research is to help inform two groups: municipalities, property owners and urban designers, to help them commission better temporary use projects; and the temporary tenants themselves, to help them set up and run more sustainable projects. This case study looks at a community-run library in the west of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, called the ‘Leeszaal’. More case studies will follow soon.
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This project is funded by a grant from the Creative Industries Fund NL (Dutch).
The business of temporary use – case study Leeszaal by Killing Architects is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.