The modern built environment, and cities in particular, are the locus of both promise and concern. REcube aims to RETHINK how we manage and transform the architectures of our recent past, how we can REVIVE and REUSE them. The outputs of the REcube project are set to increasingly nurture and foster sustainable change in the renovation and construction sectors in Europe and over the world. In particular, REcube will enact a deep behavioural change in Modern Concrete Heritage Reuse Practises resulting in new cultural value. The REcube vision will continue to be shared internationally through the REcube Digital Academy platform, incorporating learning material uploaded on the platform and the completed REcube massive open online courses, sustaining and fostering the creation of an enduring and expanding Digital Modern Heritage Community, inspiring green change in the multiple processes enacting the recovery and revival of our built environment.
This shareable knowledge will continue to be available online after the completion of the project, in order to also be accessible to anyone who is interested in Modern Heritage conservation practises, urban rehabilitation, sustainable city planning, and other professional fields or scientific research areas related to the REcube project topic. Additionally, an extensive and long-lasting work on the field will be carried out by the REcube Talent Community, composed of the teachers involved during the three-year project and the ex-students of the programme – the REcube Alumni, who meet in this dynamic forum for networking, professional development and intercultural exchange. The members of the REcube Talent Community (i.e. the REcube ambassadors) will continue to be engaged in the REcube vision by participating in research activities or academic symposia and in publications as well as communication activities or on social platforms.