Session EUROPAN 9

Thème : sustainable city and new public spaces

Année de lancement : 2007

Nombre de pays participants : 22

Nombre de sites à concours : 73

Nombre d'équipes participantes : 1753

Niveau de documentation : 100%

Pays

Généralités

Calendrier
Monday, February 5, 2007 : Opening date of the European website for registering online and downloading complete site folders

Thursday, May 31, 2007 : Closing date for registration

Monday, Avril 30, 2007 : Closing date for submitting questions on the sites

Friday, May 11, 2007 : Closing date for grouped answers on the sites

Friday, May 18, 2007 : Closing date for submitting questions on the rules

Friday, May 25, 2007 : Closing date for grouped answers on the rules

Thursday, June 28, 2007 : Closing date for handing in or sending entries

Monday, July 23, 2007 : Closing date for receipt of entries sent on 28 June 2007 by express delivery services or by post

September-October 2007 : Shortlisting of entries by the national juries

November 2007 : Comparative European analysis by the committee on the shortlisted ideas projects, followed by the Citiess and Juries Forum based on this analysis

December 2007-January 2008 : Final selection of entries by the national juries

Friday, January 18, 2008 : Announcement of results

May/June 2008 : European Forum of results 
Description
EUROPEAN URBANITY SUSTAINABLE CITY AND NEW PUBLIC SPACES Urbanity can be defined as a shared way of experiencing the city and its functions but also as a way of envisaging city space in order to create the conditions for people to come together in communal places: public space. But where does public space start and where does it stop? Can neighbourhood and local spaces be seen as part of the public domain? And also, can we use the term public space for the new communal spaces - such as shopping malls, stations and airports? Designing urbanity-creating projects that link in with the status of public space means rethinking it in the context of sustainable urban development, i.e. development that does not damage the environment but incorporates it into the process of change. It raises a few questions. Mobilities and diversity of travel How to deal with car use within the city and to encourage a diversity of travel methods in the public domain? Densities, morphology and open spaces Does preventing city sprawl consuming natural areas necessarily mean increasing the construction density and enhancing communal open spaces where nature is present in the city? Multifunctionality and intensity How to promote functional mix in order to reduce travel distances and facilitate intensity of collective spaces? Private space / public space Faced with the risk of the hegemony of private dimension to the detriment of communal space within the contemporary city, how to deal with the dynamic of investments around public domain? 

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