Look how this old building in a park in Irbid (Jordan) will look like after the Low-Cost Adaptive Reuse renovation designed by CARISMED project

Low-Cost Adaptive Reuse (LCARS) is a new concept not only for the SMEs , but also for majority of the people. This has motivated Future Pioneers from Jordan to develop a virtual reality video to show the different LCARS measures that will be implemented in an abandoned building to be used as a studio lab for the SMEs and show the positive change before and after the implementation. These measures have been derived from the practices of INNOMED-UP project best practices for circular economy, MAIA-TAQA innovation practices, SME4SMARTCITIES framework for collaboration between the public and private sector and UNDERGROUND4VALUE Enjoy the journey in this video and share the experience.