July 17 Le Corbusier 15:55 - 17:25 | Strategy, Enviroment
Exception as a Rule. How the Approach to Urban Planning Is Changing
The established approach to regulating urban development requires the city to have an approved general plan for development of the city and a plan for regulating construction. However, as modern cities are changing, a fundamental revision of the means for legal and strategic planning is essential. New models for urban planning are being tested through limited interventions or in trial areas, and then, if successful, subsequently expanded to the whole city. Barcelona is experimenting with the size of neighborhoods and partial limitations to the traffic. Poland is reforming the socialist planning system with an emphasis on the feasibility of the plans. Italy is advancing the urban planning approach based on the living rhythms of the citizens.
- What forms of urban regulation foster urban development?
- Can interventions become the foundation of the city’s long-term strategy?
- To what extent can experimental forms of urban regulation improve the lives of the city’s residents and small businesses?
- Anton Finogenov - Exception as a Rule. How the Approach to Urban Planning Is Changing
- Vicente Guallart - Exception as a Rule. How the Approach to Urban Planning Is Changing
- Michael Rosenberger - Exception as a Rule. How the Approach to Urban Planning Is Changing
- Ric Stephens - Exception as a Rule. How the Approach to Urban Planning Is Changing