Programme
18—22
01/2021

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monday 18
tuesday 19
wednesday 20
thursday 21
friday 22
09:30
OPENING
Day's intro
Day's intro
Day's intro
Day's intro
09:45
13:00

E15 WINNING TEAMS
3 lectures-debates

1— Productive Uses
2— Productive Milieus
3— Third Spaces In-Between

3 groups of E15 winning teams –by thematic families– create a lecture-video as a collective point of view, introducing a debate between them and with some of the E15 site representatives

1- Productive Uses - as a trigger to initiate dynamics of change

2- Productive Milieus - Implant or revitalize natural, cultural, social or economic environment

3- Third Spaces in Between - new intermediary spaces between housing and production

E16 SITES WORKING GROUPS
3 lecture-debates

Limited access*

E16 SITES - THEME 1 REVITALIZE:
Presentation by thematic families and comparisons

E16 sites: THEME 1 REVITALIZE
Presentation of the sites by thematic family and comparisons between them

Theme 1A Revitalize / Inserting Biodiversity
Madrid ES – Västerås SE

Theme 1B Revitalize / Transforming Infrastructures
Klagenfurt AT – Porte du Hainaut FR – Kutina HR - Risøy NO – Varberg SE

Theme 1C Revitalize / Making the Territories performative
Alzira ES – Bassens FR – Douaisis agglo FR – Fagerstrand NO

Limited access*

E16 SITES WORKING GROUPS
3 lectures-debates

E16 SITES - THEME 2 RECOVER:
Presentation by thematic families and comparisons

E16 sites: THEME 2 RECOVER
Presentation of the sites by thematic family and comparisons between them

Theme 2A Recover / Creating Energetic Landscapes
Schwäbisch Gmünd DE – Grenoble FR

Theme 2B Recover / Intensifying Districts
Biel/ Bienne CH – Almendralejo ES – Barcelona ES – Vilnius LT – Levanger NO –

Theme 2C Recover / Stimulating Interfaces
Graz AT – Selb DE – Roquetas de Mar ES – Quimper FR

E16 SITES WORKING GROUPS
3 lectures-debates

E16 SITES - THEME 3 CARE:
Presentation by thematic families and comparisons

E16 sites: THEME 3 CARE
Presentation of the sites by thematic family and comparisons between them

Theme 3A Care / Valorizing Natural Elements and Landscapes
Carouge CH – Niort FR – Karlskoga SE – Hjertelia NO

Theme 3B Care / Dealing with New Uses
Landshut DE – Istres FR – Limoges FR

Theme 3C Care / Reinventing Rurality and Productive Heritage
Ettlingen DE – Beizama ES – Esparraguera-Colonia Sedo ES – Pont-Aven FR

Limited access*

EUROPAN, WHAT'S NEXT?
3 lectures-debates

What project-processes? What theme?
What competition?

09:45 - 11:20
What project- processes?

Visit and Debate around 2 exemplary developments from ideas to implementation in Wien AT (E10) a collaborative process for 1000 new housing and in Besançon FR (E14) a metabolism approach to regenerate a campus

11:25-12:05
What theme?
A philosopher and an urbanist discuss the E16 theme “Living Cities - Metabolism and Inclusivity” starting from 6 visions of professionals, published on Instagram @europan_cafe


12:10-13:00
What competition? Several actors of Europan debate on how Europan mix scales (territory, urban, architecture) and skills (architects, urbanists, landscapers…)

Lunch break
Exchanges between participants
Lunch break
Exchanges between participants
Lunch break
Exchanges between participants
Lunch break
Exchanges between participants
End of the forum
14:30
17:00
18:00

E15 WINNING TEAMS
3 lectures-debates

4- Interfaces and short cycles
5- Multiplying agencies
6- From linear to circular economy

3 groups of E15 winning teams –by thematic families– create a lecture-video as a collective point of view, introducing a debate between them and with some E15 site representatives

4- Interfaces and Short Cycles - creating a circular system thanks to new interactive potentials to create a circular system

5- Multiplying Agencies - managing air, water, soil, flood, programs, users for a regenerative economy and dynamic projects

6- From Linear to Circular Economy - catalyzing flows and processes in a more integrative urban and architectural project

PROCESSES OF IMPLEMENTATION
Lectures-debates

Theme 1:
Inhabiting Diversity

Which Implementation Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Theme 1: Inhabiting Diversity

3 processes presented by the designers and the clients and debated with E16 site representatives in
— Selb DE (E9) Acupunctural intensification of a block
— Lerum SE (E10) A block opened to nature
— Wien Siemensäcker AT (E12) Blocks structured around public spaces

PROCESSES OF IMPLEMENTATION
Lectures-debates

Theme 2:
Adaptable spaces

Which Implementation Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Theme 2: Adaptable spaces

3 processes presented by the designers and the clients and debated with E16 representatives of sites in
—Zagreb HR (E13) Ephemeral architecture on the river banks
—Torrelavega ES (E14) Flexible spaces to revitalize a slaughterhouse
—Amsterdam NL (E14) Multiple uses in layers

PROCESSES OF IMPLEMENTATION
Lectures-debates

Theme 3:
Hybridization city/nature

Which Implementation Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Theme 3: Hybridization City / Nature

3 processes presented by the designers and the clients and debated with E16 representatives of sites in
—Trondheim NO (E13) An harbour transformed into a districts
—Marseille FR (E12) Public spaces for a social district
—Charleroi BE (E13) Regeneration of a square linked to a park

E15 WINNING PROJECTS
12 videos to show projects

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E15 WINNING PROJECTS
11 videos to show projects

3 groups of E15 winning teams –by thematic families– create a lecture-video as a collective point of view, introducing a debate between them and with some representatives of E15 sites

1- Productive uses - as a trigger that can initiate dynamics of change

2- Productive milieus - a natural, cultural, social or economic environment implanted or revitalized

3- Third spaces in between - new intermediary spaces between housing and production

AWARDS CEREMONY

Given by a jury of former winners of Europan

3 groups of E15 winning teams –by thematic families– create a lecture-video as a collective point of view, introducing a debate between them and with some representatives of E15 sites

1- Productive uses - as a trigger that can initiate dynamics of change

2- Productive milieus - a natural, cultural, social or economic environment implanted or revitalized

3- Third spaces in between - new intermediary spaces between housing and production

* The 3 mornings dedicated to E16 sites are not public and are reserved to E15 and E16 sites representatives, the organisers and E15 winning teams, because the competition will only be launched publicly on the 5th of april 2021.
18:30

FESTIVAL:
POINTS OF VIEW

Mini lectures and interviews

Produced by the National Structures on Europan and the E16 theme

FESTIVAL:
POINTS OF VIEW

Mini lectures and interviews

Produced by the National Structures on Europan and the E16 theme

FESTIVAL:
POINTS OF VIEW

Mini lectures and interviews

Produced by the National Structures on Europan and the E16 theme

Exchanges between
participants
Exchanges between
participants
Exchanges between
participants
Exchanges between
participants
monday 18
09:30
OPENING
09:45
13:00

E15 WINNING TEAMS
3 lectures-debates

1— Productive Uses
2— Productive Milieus
3— Third Spaces In-Between

Lunch break
Dialogues between participants
14:30
18:00

E15 WINNING TEAMS
3 lectures-debates

4- Interfaces and Short Cycles
5- Multiplying Agencies
6- From Linear to Circular Economy

Dialogues between
participants
tuesday 19
09:30
Day's intro
09:45
13:00

E16 SITES WORKING GROUPS
3 lecture-debates (limited access*)

E16 SITES - THEME 1 REVITALIZE:
Presentation by thematic families and comparisons

E16 sites: THEME 1 REVITALIZE
Presentation of the sites by thematic family and comparisons between them

Theme 1A Revitalize / Inserting Biodiversity
Madrid ES – Västerås SE

Theme 1B Revitalize / Transforming Infrastructures
Klagenfurt AT – Porte du Hainaut FR – Kutina HR - Risøy NO – Varberg SE

Theme 1C Revitalize / Making the Territories performative
Alzira ES – Bassens FR – Douaisis agglo FR – Fagerstrand NO

Lunch break
Dialogues between participants
14:30
17:00
18:00

PROCESSES OF IMPLEMENTATION
Lectures-debates

Theme 1:
Inhabiting Diversity

Which Implementation Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Theme 1: Inhabiting Diversity

3 processes presented by the designers and the clients and debated with E16 site representatives in
— Selb DE (E9) Acupunctural intensification of a block
— Lerum SE (E10) A block opened to nature
— Wien Siemensäcker AT (E12) Blocks structured around public spaces

E15 WINNING PROJECTS
10 preselected project videos

In presence of the teams

-

18:30

FESTIVAL: POINTS OF VIEW

Mini lectures and interviews videos

Produced by the National Structures on Europan and the E16 theme

Dialogues between
participants
wednesday 20
09:30
Day's intro
09:45
13:00

E16 SITES WORKING GROUPS
3 lectures-debates
(limited access*)

E16 SITES - THEME 2 RECOVER: Presentation by thematic families and comparisons

E16 sites: THEME 2 RECOVER
Presentation of the sites by thematic family and comparisons between them

Theme 2A Recover / Creating Energetic Landscapes
Schwäbisch Gmünd DE – Grenoble FR

Theme 2B Recover / Intensifying Districts
Biel/ Bienne CH – Almendralejo ES – Barcelona ES – Vilnius LT – Levanger NO –

Theme 2C Recover / Stimulating Interfaces
Graz AT – Selb DE – Roquetas de Mar ES – Quimper FR

Lunch break
Dialogues between participants
14:30
17:00
18:00

PROCESSES OF IMPLEMENTATION
Lectures-debates

Theme 2:
Adaptable spaces

Which Implementation Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Theme 2: Adaptable spaces

3 processes presented by the designers and the clients and debated with E16 site representatives in —Zagreb HR (E13) Ephemeral architecture on the river banks
—Torrelavega ES (E14) Flexible spaces to revitalize a slaughterhouse
—Amsterdam NL (E14) Multiple uses in layers

E15 WINNING PROJECTS
10 preselected project videos

In presence of the teams

-

18:30

FESTIVAL: POINTS OF VIEW

Mini lectures and interviews videos

Produced by the National Structures on Europan and the E16 theme

Dialogues between
participants
thursday 21
09:30
Day's intro
09:45
13:00

E16 SITES WORKING GROUPS
3 lectures-debates
(limited access*)

E16 SITES - THEME 3 CARE:
Presentation by thematic families and comparisons

E16 sites: THEME 3 CARE
Presentation of the sites by thematic family and comparisons between them

Theme 3A Care / Valorizing Natural Elements and Landscapes
Carouge CH – Niort FR – Karlskoga SE – Hjertelia SE

Theme 3B Care / Dealing with New Uses
Landshut DE – Istres FR – Limoges FR

Theme 3C Care / Reinventing Rurality and Productive Heritage
Ettlingen DE – Beizama ES – Esparraguera-Colonia Sedo ES – Pont-Aven FR

Lunch break
Dialogues between participants
14:30
17:00
18:00

PROCESSES OF IMPLEMENTATION
Lectures-debates

Theme 3: Hybridization city/nature

Which Implementation Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Theme 3: Hybridization City / Nature

3 processes presented by the designers and the clients and debated with E16 site representatives in
—Trondheim NO (E13) An harbour transformed into a district
—Marseille FR (E12) Public spaces for a social district
—Charleroi BE (E13) Regeneration of a square linked to a park

PRIZES OF THE E15 BEST VIDEOS

Given by a jury of former winners of Europan

-

18:30

FESTIVAL: POINTS OF VIEW

Mini lectures and interviews videos

Produced by the National Structures on Europan and the E16 theme

Dialogues between
participants
friday 22
09:30
Day's intro
09:45
13:00

EUROPAN, WHAT'S NEXT?
3 lectures-debates

What project-processes?
What theme?
What competition?

09:45 - 11:20
What project-processes?

Visit and Debate around 2 exemplary developments from ideas to implementation in Wien AT (E10) a collaborative process for 1000 new housing and in Besançon FR (E14) a metabolism approach to regenerate a campus

11:25-12:05
What theme?
A philosopher and an urbanist discuss of the E16 theme “Living Cities - Metabolism and Inclusivity”starting from 6 visions of professionals, published on Instagram @europan_cafe


12:10-13:00
What competition? Several actors of Europan debate on how Europan mix scales (territory, urban, architecture) and skills (architects, urbanists, landscapers…)

End of the Forum
* The 3 mornings dedicated to E16 sites are not public and are reserved to E15 and E16 sites representatives, the organisers and E15 winning teams, because the competition will only be launched publicly on the 5th of april 2021.
09:30
Opening

Bernd Vlay, Architect Wien (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Didier Rebois, Architect Paris (FR), Europan Secretary General,
welcome the participants and present the goals of the Virtual Inter-Sessions Forum and the programme

Productive Cities: Videos and Exchanges from the Points of View of E15 Winning Teams

Europan gives the floor to last session’s rewarded teams in the form of lectures-debates divided into 6 thematic groups of rewarded ideas in relation to their projects and to the major questions arising from the “Productive Cities” theme.

In each group, teams from different European countries met online to debate and produce a video conceived as a multiplicity of points of view in reaction to a question that was asked of them.

In each thematic sequence, each of the 6 10-minute videos is first presented; the video is then followed by a live debate between winning teams and E15 site representatives, extending the reflection around the themes of the videos.

Two coaches / moderators helped the 6 groups with the content of their reflections and the visual presentation of their ideas. They animate the debates:

Chris Younès, Philosopher, Professor, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Carlos Arroyo, Architect Urbanist, Professor, Madrid (ES), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee

09:45 - 13:00
Productive Cities: Videos and Exchanges from the Points of View of E15 Winning Teams
09:45
Group 1 - Theme: Productive Uses

Question: How can productive uses act as a trigger and initiate a dynamic of change? Presentation of the question by the moderators + projection of the video lecture + debate

Europan 15 Winning Teams: Innsbruck (AT) “The Green Heart” – Oliva (ES) “Even a Brick Wants to Be Something” – Pays de Dreux (FR) “Ecological Magnets” – Marseille (FR) “Learning from Marseille” – Verbania (IT) “Lung Hub”

E15 City Representative: Oliva (ES): Nuria Matarredona, General Director of Ecological Building Innovation, Vice-President of the Valencian Regional Government

+ answers to the questions from the audience

10:45
Group 2 - Theme: Productive Milieus

Question: How to insert new intermediate spaces between housing and production? Presentation of the question by the moderators + projection of the video lecture + debate

Europan 15 Winning Teams: Sant Climent de Llobregat (ES) “Masoveri@” – Casar de Cáceres (ES) “La Charca de la Abundancia” – Hyvinkää (FI) “Symbiotic Fabric” – Rodberg (NO) “N.E.W (New Era Wharf)”

E15 City Representative: Lasarte-Oria (ES): Pablo Garcia-Astrain, director of Housing, Land and Architecture of the Basque Regional Government

11:45
Group 3 – Theme: Third Spaces In-between

Question: How to create or revitalize a natural, cultural, social and economic environment? Presentation of the question by the moderators + projection of the video lecture + debate

Europan 15 Winning Teams: Barcelona (ES) “Overlapping Vallbona” – Barcelona (ES) “Living Soils”– Tuusula (FI) “Anttila Farm Incubator” – Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine (FR) “La Ville-École” – Raufoss (NO) “Sewn Heart”

E15 City Representative: Selb (DE): Helmut Resch, Head of Planning and Building Department City of Selb

12:45
Grand Témoin: Reaction of an E15 Jury Member

Lisbeth Iversen, architect, former Responsible Urban Development, Climate, Environment in Bergen, Head of “Heart for Arendal” president of the E15 Norwegian Jury

13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break // Exchanges between Participants
14:30 - 18:00
Europan 15 Winning Teams: 3 Lectures-Debates
14:30
Group 4 – Theme: Interfaces and Short Cycles

Question: How to create a circular system thanks to new interactive potentials?
Presentation of the question by the moderators + projection of the video lecture + debate

Europan 15 Winning Teams: Floirac (FR) “Augmented Materials” – Auby (FR) “Grey Matter” – Casar de Cáceres (ES) “Quesar de Cáceres” – Laterza (IT) “O’ Sciuvilo” – Rotterdam Kop Dakpark (NL) “Hybrid Parliament”

E15 City Representative:  Rotterdam (AT): Basvan der Pol, director AIR Architectuur InstituutRotterdam

15:30
Group 5 – Theme: Multiplying Agencies

Question: How can the management of air, water, soil, floods, programs and users create a regenerative economy and dynamic projects?
Presentation of the question by the moderators + projection of the video lecture + debate

Europan 15 Winning Teams: Champigny-sur-Marne (FR) “Lost Highway” – Marseille (FR) “Le Faubourg du Réemploi – Nin (HR) “Soft Buffers” – Verbania (IT) “Landscape in Between” – Rotterdam Vierhavensblock (NL) “Platform of Commons” – Guovdageaidnu (NO) “Catalogue of Ideas”

E15 City Representative:  Verbania (IT) Giovnni Battista Margaroli, engineer, Deputy Mayor of Verbania in carge of Urbanism

16:30
Group 6 – Theme: From Linear Economy to Circular Economy

Question: How to catalyze flows and processes in a more integrative urban and architectural project?
Presentation of the question by the moderators + projection of the video lecture + debate

Europan 15 Winning Teams: Graz (AT) “47Nord15Ost” – Charleroi (BE) “Forging the Fallow” – Karlovac (HR) “The Fantastic Forest Phenomenon” – Laterza (IT) “LA3: A Productive Square” – Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine (FR) “Boîte à secrets” – Warszawa (PL) “Feedback Placemaking”

E15 City Representative: Port-Jérome-sur-Seine, Virginie Carolo, Mayor of Port-Jérome-sur-Seine, President of Caux Seine Agglomeration (FR)

17:45
Grand Témoin: Reaction of an E15 Jury Member

Tina Saaby, architect, former City Architect Kopenhagen, City Architect Gladsaxe (DK), Member of the E15 jury of The Netherlands

18:00 - 19:00
Dialogues between Participants
09:30
Opening

Bernd Vlay, Architect Wien (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committe
Presentation of the Programme of the Day:
— Comparisons between the E16 sites and development of the questions asked to competitors
— Emblematic implementation processes
— Videos of E15 winning projects with comments by the teams
— National points of view on Europan and the E16 theme

What Sites for E16? (1)

Each session, European cities propose sites of intertwined urban and architectural scales. Although the contexts of the Europan 16 sites –the number of which has not yet been finalized– can be very different, they do share certain common transformation issues that allow them to be compared and discussed on a European scale. The challenge of this session is to improve, strengthen, or create urban metabolism (taking the natural living into account) and inclusive dimension (social living) of the proposed situations.

All the sites already selected for this session were therefore classified into 3 main families –Revitalization; Recovery; and Care– based on the general theme "Living Cities". Each family is divided into 3 sub-families.
Each site is the subject of a video –produced by the City and / or the Region and the national structures of Europan– presenting the characteristics of the site in 3 minutes, as well as the goal of its transformation, in order to explore the sites issues before the launch of the competition on April 5, 2021.
For each thematic site’s group, the site representatives discuss common themes and their singularities. Some E15 site representatives testify of their experience.

09:45 - 13:00
Productive Cities: Videos and Exchanges from the Points of View of E15 Winning Teams

On these sites, the impetus for the transformation comes from the territory, and all the resources (natural, ecological, infrastructural) to regenerate.

09:45
Theme 1A - Revitalization / Inserting Biodiversity

On these sites, the driving force of change is the transformation of the (urban) ecology. Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Madrid (ES): Mar Moralejo, Sub-direction of Renovation and the City project in Urban Development City of Madrid
Västerås (SE): Carl Arnö, Director, urban development, City of Vasteras

With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:

Miriam Garcia Garcia, Architect Landscaper, Professor, Barcelona (ES), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Julio de la Fuente, Architect, Teacher, Madrid (ES), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

10:45
Theme 1B - Revitalization / Transforming from the Infrastructures

On these sites, the starter for a change is the evolution of the networks integrating a new logic of mobility. Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Klagenfurt (AT): Robert Piechl, Planning Director City of Klagenfurt
La Porte du Hainaut (FR): Aymeric Robin, President of the Communauté d’Agglomération of the Porte du Hainaut, Mayor of Raismes
Risøy (NO): Odin Stafsnes, Architect, Department of Urban Development, City of Haugesund
Varberg (SE): Maria Söderlund, City Architect of Varberg

With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:
Aglaée Degros, Architect Urbanist, Brussels (BE), Head of Institute of Urbanism TU Graz (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Julio de la Fuente, Architect, Teacher, Madrid (ES), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

11:45
Theme 1C - Revitalization / Making Territories Performative

On these sites, the territory needs to be reconnected to its social context to add new creative and cultural qualities. Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Alzira (ES): Nuria Matarredona, General Director of Ecological Building Innovation, Vice president of the Valencian Regional Government
Bassens (FR): Alexandre Rubio, Mayor of Bassens
Douaisis Agglomeration (FR): representative of the site
Fagerstrand (NO): Mille Astrup Rønning, Architect Planning Department manager, City of Nesodden With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:
Socrates Stratis, Architect, Professor, Researcher, Cyprus University Nicosia (CY), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Julio de la Fuente, Architect, Teacher, Madrid (ES), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

12:45
Grand Témoin

Reaction of a representative of a Europan winning team with an ongoing or completed implementation process
Catharina Urbanek, architect, Studio Urbanek, Wien (AT), E9 and E13 winner

13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break // Exchanges between Participants
Which Implementations Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Europan is not just a competition of ideas valorising young European talents –over 100 awarded each session. It is also a process to go from ideas to realisation. After the competition and the evaluation by expert juries, site representatives dialogue with the team –sometimes several team per site– or set up workshops. It allows them to decide which team they want to continue working with in order to develop their ideas in relation to the local context and to multiple actors. Different operational missions can be given from urban strategy missions to guide plans, programming studies to the implementation of buildings and / or of public spaces.

In this Forum 9 project-process have been selected among the most recent ones. Three of them are presented and discussed this afternoon.

14:30 - 16:25
Theme 1: Inhabiting Diversity

Since the origins of Europan, housing has been a recurring theme which has gradually become part of wider urban and landscape logics. Today, a certain number of project-processes still witness the importance of adapting housing better to domestic and urban lifestyles. This leads to a morphological and architectural diversity by completing the existing blocks, creating porosity to bring nature in, or structuring around public spaces.

E9 Selb (DE) — Intensification of a Block by Acupuncture
Designers: Gutiérrez - De la Fuente Arquitectos, Madrid (ES), represented by Julio de la Fuente (ES), architect
Client Representative: Helmut Resch, Head of the Planning and Building Department,
City of Selb

E10 Lerum (SE) — A Block Open to Nature
Designers: Jakobsson Pusterla + Zero Architects, Lund (SE),
Client Representative of the City of Lerum

E12 Wien Siemensäcker (AT) — Blocks Structured around Landscaped Public Spaces
Designers: SLLA architects, Bratislava (SK) represented by Miriam Liskova (SK), architect
Client representative: Andrea Steiner, Sozialbau AG, Project Manager Wien (AT)With the participation of E16 City Representatives

Moderators:
Miriam Garcia Garcia, Architect, Landscaper, Professor, Barcelona (ES), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Céline Bodart, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

14:30 - 15:30

Introduction by the moderators

Around this common theme, 3 projects / processes are presented as videos retracing the steps of the negotiation from the idea to the implementation through a dialogue with the local actors. The presentation of the video is followed by live comments of the 3 teams and their clients.

15:35 - 16:25

In a second sequence, a debate takes place between the actors involved in the 3 processes and the Europan 16 city representatives, who will, at the end of the competition, have to undertake the same operational experiences.

17:00 - 18:00
Views on Europan 15 Winning Projects

Presentation of the videos: The Europan Scientific Committee has preselected 23 videos (out of the 86 received) produced by the Europan 15 teams on their winning ideas. Twelve 3-minute videos have been preselected and are presented this afternoon, with the presence and live comments of the teams.

On Thursday afternoon a jury of former winners will select 5 videos among the 23 and grant them thematical prizes.

1
Borås (SE)
Winner
Made in Borås
2
Casar de Cáceres (ES)
Winner
La Charca de la Abundancia
3
Charleroi (BE)
Runner-Up
Forging the Fallow
4
Enköping (SE)
Winner
Root City
5
Graz (AT)
Runner-Up
Of Cycles and Streams
6
Lasarte-Oria (ES)
Runner-Up
Lo-Lo-Land
7
Laterza (IT)
Runner-Up
LA3: a Productive Square
8
Marseille (FR)
Runner-Up
Learning from Marseille
9
Marseille (FR)
Runner-Up
Le faubourg du réemploi
10
Nin (HR)
Winner
Soft Buffers
11
Nin (HR)
Runner-Up
MOVEnIN
12
Palma (ES)
Winner
Beginning at the End

Moderator: Dimitri Szuter, Architect, Teacher, Researcher, Member of the Europan Technical Commission

18:05 - 18:30
Festival: Mini Lectures and Interviews (Videos)

Europan gives free speech to personalities chosen by the national structures in different countries, either for an interview on their opinion on Europan, or for a mini-lecture in reaction to the theme of E16

Video Interview — Michael Obrist, Field 72, Professor, TU, Wien (AT)
Video Interview — Inaki Carnicero, Architect, Director of Urban Agenda and Architecture Ministry of Transports, Mobility and Urban Agenda Madrid (ES)
Video Mini-Lecture E16 theme — Sonia Lavadino, Anthropologist Bfluid, Geneva (CH)
Video Mini-Lecture E16 theme — Helena Bjarnegård, National Architect of Sweden, Göteborg (SE)

18:30 - 20:00
Dialogues between Participants
09:30
Opening

Bernd Vlay, Architect Wien (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committe
Presentation of the Programme of the Day:
— Comparisons between the E16 sites and development of the questions asked to competitors
— Emblematic implementation processes
— Videos of E15 winning projects with comments by the teams
— National points of view on Europan and the E16 theme

What Sites for E16? (2)

Each session, European cities propose sites of intertwined urban and architectural scales. Although the contexts of the Europan 16 sites –the number of which has not yet been finalized– can be very different, they do share certain common transformation issues that allow them to be compared and discussed on a European scale. The challenge of this session is to improve, strengthen, or create urban metabolism (taking the natural living into account) and inclusive dimension (social living) of the proposed situations.

All the sites already selected for this session were therefore classified into 3 main families –Revitalization; Recovery; and Care– based on the general theme "Living Cities". Each family is divided into 3 sub-families.
Each site is the subject of a video –produced by the City and / or the Region and the national structures of Europan– presenting the characteristics of the site in 3 minutes, as well as the goal of its transformation, in order to explore the sites issues before the launch of the competition on April 5, 2021.
For each thematic site’s group, the site representatives discuss common themes and their singularities. Some E15 site representatives testify of their experience.

09:45 - 13:00
Theme 2: Recovery

In this family, new energy has to be found for the sites through a treatment that respects the existing environment introducing specific elements and actions able to develop a resilient city.

09:45
Theme 2A - Recovery / Creating Energetic Landscapes

Sites with a potential to develop a landscape which strongly animates new developments, giving them a resilient quality in the sense of a living milieu, integrating rich biodiversity in the realm of public spaces.
Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Schwäbisch Gmünd (DE) Julius Mihm, Mayor Chief of Office for Urban Department, city of Schwäbisch-Gmünd
Grenoble (FR) Gilles Namur, 2nd deputy Mayor, in charge of Nature in the City, Public Spaces, Biodiversity and Freshness, City of Grenoble

With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:

Miriam Garcia Garcia, Architect Landscaper, Professor, Barcelona (ES), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Dimitri Szuter, Architect Researcher Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

10:45
Theme 2B - Recovery / Intensifying Districts

The sites address the scale of a larger neighbourhood that has to be enriched with different qualities, such as uses, public space, natural elements, etc.
Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Biel/ Bienne (CH): Jürg Bart, architect Europan Switzerland Secretary
Almendralejo (ES): Alfonso Gómez Goñi, General Director of Architecture and Building Quality, Extremadura Regional Government
Barcelona (ES): Jaume Barnada, Coordinator of International Relations Projects Management of the Chief Architect Urban Ecology City Council of Barcelona
Vilnius (LT), Representative of the City of Vilnius
Levanger (NO): Tove Nordgaard, Architect City Cultural Heritage Advisor and City Architect, City of Levanger

With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:
Aglaée Degros, Architect Urbanist, Brussels (BE), Head of Institute of Urbanism TU Graz (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Dimitri Szuter, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

11:45
Theme 2C - Recovery / Stimulating Interfaces

The sites are at a crossing-point of different areas, making them not only important mediators, but also places that can stimulate the quality of the neighbouring areas.
Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Graz (AT) Wielfried Krammer, Head of City planning department, City of Graz
Selb (DE) Helmut Resch, Head of the Planning and Building Department, City of Selb
Roquetas de Mar (ES) Alfonso Rubi: Architect Roquetas de Mar City Council
Quimper (FR) David Lesvenan, Elected in charge of Urbanism, City of Quimper

Moderators:
Socrates Stratis, Architect, Professor, Researcher, Cyprus University Nicosia (CY), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Dimitri Szuter, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

12:45
Grand Témoin

Reaction of a representative of a Europan winning team with an ongoing or completed implementation process
Blaž Babnik, Architect and Urban Planner, Obrat d.o.o, Ljubjana (SI), Europan 13 winner

13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break // Exchanges between Participants
Which Implementations Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Europan is not just a competition of ideas valorising young European talents –over 100 awarded each session. It is also a process to go from ideas to realisation. After the competition and the evaluation by expert juries, site representatives dialogue with the team –sometimes several team per site– or set up workshops. It allows them to decide which team they want to continue working with in order to develop their ideas in relation to the local context and to multiple actors. Different operational missions can be given from urban strategy missions to guide plans, programming studies to the implementation of buildings and / or of public spaces.

In this Forum 9 project-process have been selected among the most recent ones. Three of them are presented and discussed this afternoon.

14:30 - 16:25
Theme 2: Adaptable Spaces

Today the transformation of lifestyles and of urban practises has accelerated and a programme can quickly become obsolete. At the same time though, the capacity of a place or a building to be used more intensively than for its sole initial use allows to save space and resources. Can space be adaptable to change of uses? Can the city and the architecture be malleable enough to absorb changes of programmes?

E13 Zagreb (HR) — Ephemeral Architecture for the River banks
Designers: OPENACT Architecture - Research - Urban Design, Madrid (ES) I Istanbul (TR) represented by Zuhal Kol (TR), architect
Client: representative of the City of Zagreb

E14 Torrelavega (ES)
Designers: Espacio Vacante arquitectura, Madrid (ES) represented by Begoña de Abajo Castrillo (ES), architect
Client: Enrique Alonso, Deputy General Director of Territorial Planning and Landscape

E14 Amsterdam (NL)
Designers: UP4 architects and landscapers, Stockholm (SE) represented by Giovanni Lavanna (IT), architect
Client: Sabine Lebesque, Senior Advisor Spatial Quality Architectural historian, City of Amsterdam

With the participation of Europan 16 City Representatives

Moderators:
Socrates Stratis, Architect, Professor, Researcher, Cyprus University Nicosia (CY), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Céline Bodart, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

14:30 - 15:30

Introduction by the moderators

Around this common theme, 3 projects / processes are presented as videos retracing the steps of the negotiation from the idea to the implementation through a dialogue with the local actors. The presentation of the video is followed by live comments of the 3 teams and their clients.

15:35 - 16:25

In a second sequence, a debate takes place between the actors involved in the 3 processes and the Europan 16 city representatives, who will, at the end of the competition, have to undertake the same operational experiences.

17:00 - 18:00
Views on Europan 15 Winning Projects

Presentation of the videos: The Europan Scientific Committee has preselected 23 videos (out of the 86 received) produced by the Europan 15 teams on their winning ideas. Twelve 3-minute videos have been preselected and are presented this afternoon, with the presence and live comments of the teams.

On Thursday afternoon a jury of former winners will select 5 videos among the 23 and grant them thematical prizes.

13
Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine (FR)
Winner
Boîte à secrets
14
Rochefort Océan (FR)
Winner
The Snail, the Jellyfish & the Begonia
15
Romainville (FR)
Runner-Up
Métropolis métabolisme
16
Rotterdam Brainpark (NL)
Winner
Team Brainpark
17
Rotterdam Kop Dakpark (NL)
Winner
Hybrid Parliament
18
Rotterdam Vierhavensblock (NL)
Winner
Makers'Maze
19
Rotterdam Visserijplein (NL)
Winner
Rambla + Kapsalon
20
Saint-Omer (FR)
Runner-Up
9 places to the Sea
21
Uddevalla (SE)
Winner
Jalla!
22
Uddevalla (SE)
Runner-Up
Wake 'BU-HOV-BERG' Up!
23
Verbania (IT)
Runner-Up
Lung Hub

Moderator: Dimitri Szuter, Architect, Teacher, Researcher, Member of the Europan Technical Commission

18:05 - 18:30
Festival: Mini Lectures and Interviews (Videos)

Europan gives free speech to personalities chosen by the national structures in different countries, either for an interview on their opinion on Europan, or for a mini-lecture in reaction to the theme of E16

Video Interview — Alain Maugard, president, Europan France Paris (FR)
Video Interview — Murado & Elvira architecture + Enrique Krahe, architect, Madrid (ES)
Video Mini-Lecture E16 Theme — Krasny Elke, Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts, Cultural Theorist, Urban Researcher and Writter Wien (AT)
Video Mini-Lecture E16 Theme — Branimir Medic, architect, de Architekten Cie Amsterdam (NL)

18:30 - 20:00
Dialogues between Participants
09:30
Opening

Bernd Vlay, Architect Wien (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committe
Presentation of the Programme of the Day:
— Comparisons between the E16 sites and development of the questions asked to competitors
— Emblematic implementation processes
— Videos of E15 winning projects with comments by the teams
— National points of view on Europan and the E16 theme

What Sites for E16? (3)

Each session, European cities propose sites of intertwined urban and architectural scales. Although the contexts of the Europan 16 sites –the number of which has not yet been finalized– can be very different, they do share certain common transformation issues that allow them to be compared and discussed on a European scale. The challenge of this session is to improve, strengthen, or create urban metabolism (taking the natural living into account) and inclusive dimension (social living) of the proposed situations.

All the sites already selected for this session were therefore classified into 3 main families –Revitalization; Recovery; and Care– based on the general theme "Living Cities". Each family is divided into 3 sub-families.
Each site is the subject of a video –produced by the City and / or the Region and the national structures of Europan– presenting the characteristics of the site in 3 minutes, as well as the goal of its transformation, in order to explore the sites issues before the launch of the competition on April 5, 2021.
For each thematic site’s group, the site representatives discuss common themes and their singularities. Some E15 site representatives testify of their experience.

09:45 - 13:00
THEME 3: Care

Care is about recognizing the vulnerability of our living milieu. It is about finding new design ways to pay attention to things that so far, are marginalized, hurt, or ignored. Caring is about weaving together diverse efforts and means across architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning to help heal and repair.

09:45
Theme 3A - Care / Valorizing Natural Elements and Landscapes

The sites are located at the edge of parks and forests or situated within agricultural or planted areas. The projects’ actors have to embrace mechanisms of care for natural and manmade landscapes. The sites may be transformed into interfaces with porous edges to support the habitats of the landscapes.
Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Carouge (CH), Yoni Santos architect Typical Office representative of the site
Niort (FR): Jacques Billy, Mayor of Aiffres, 2nd Vice-President of the Niortais Agglomeration in charge of Territory Planning and Major Projects
Karlskoga (SE)
Hjertelia (NO): Knut Kiennerud
, Engineer, Head of Property Development City Mingerke

With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:

Miriam Garcia Garcia, Architect Landscaper, Professor, Barcelona (ES), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Dimitri Szuter, Architect Researcher Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

10:45
Theme 3B - Care / Dealing with New Uses

The sites have available building stock at the end of their first or second life cycles. The sites lack strategic uses that could support the transition of the building stock to another life cycle. it is crucial to take care of relations between the uses, the inhabitants, and the building stock itself.
Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Landshut (DE), Johannes Doll, Head of the Building Department, City of Landshut
Istres (FR): Nicole Joulia, 1st Deputy Mayor for Culture, Women’s Rights and Citizenship, City of Istres
Limoges (FR), Vincent Léonie, Deputy Mayor in charge ofUrbanism, City of Limoges

With the participation of Europan 15 City Representatives

Moderators:
Aglaée Degros, Architect Urbanist, Brussels (BE), Head of Institute of Urbanism TU Graz (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Dimitri Szuter, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

11:45
Theme 3C - Care / Reinventing Rurality and Productive Heritage

The sites are heritage-related, regarding previous forms of production or related to rurality. Part of the challenge is about taking care of such areas with little means of economy  by revalorizing the existing as an asset to living and working in the countryside.
Introduction of the theme by the moderator; projection of the related videos; debate between the E16 and E15 site representatives

E16 Site Representatives:
Beizama (ES) Pablo Garcia-Astrain, Director of Housing, Land and Architecture of the Basque Regional Government
Esparraguera-Colonia Sedo (ES) Pere Picorelli, Coordinator of INCASOL projects, Regional Government of Catalunya
Roquetas de Mar (ES) Alfonso Rubi: Architect Roquetas de Mar City Council
Pont-Aven (FR) Christian Dautel, Mayor of Pont-Aven

Moderators:
Socrates Stratis, Architect, Professor, Researcher, Cyprus University Nicosia (CY), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Dimitri Szuter, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

12:45
Grand Témoin

Reaction of a representative of a Europan winning team with an ongoing or completed implementation process
Luis Basabe, Architect, Urban Planner, arenas basabe palacios arquitectos, Madrid (ES), E9, E10, E11, E12 and E13 winner

13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break // Exchanges between Participants
Which Implementations Processes after the Winning Ideas?

Europan is not just a competition of ideas valorising young European talents –over 100 awarded each session. It is also a process to go from ideas to realisation. After the competition and the evaluation by expert juries, site representatives dialogue with the team –sometimes several team per site– or set up workshops. It allows them to decide which team they want to continue working with in order to develop their ideas in relation to the local context and to multiple actors. Different operational missions can be given from urban strategy missions to guide plans, programming studies to the implementation of buildings and / or of public spaces.

In this Forum 9 project-process have been selected among the most recent ones. Three of them are presented and discussed this afternoon.

14:30 - 16:25
Theme 3: Hybridisation City/Nature

Nature and City are often opposed. How can we make these two worlds compatible? With the development of more environmental approaches applied to the city, we realize that the urban environment is also made of flows, energy and natural elements, like soil, air, heat, climate. We talk about “urban metabolism” and of inhabited environment as a potential hybridization of a natural environment and a human environment. It is a challenge to create or regenerate inhabited milieus where nature finds its rights and rules of live again, yet associated with those of human fabrication.

E13 Trondheim (NO) — A Harbour Transformed into a District
Designers: False Mirror Office, Genova (IT), represented by Andrea Anselmo (IT), architect
Client: Per Arne Tefre, Architect and Urban Planner at the Trondheim Port Authority

E12 Marseille (FR) — Public Spaces for a Social District
Designers: Concorde architecture, Marseille (FR) represented by Jean Rodet (FR), architect
Client: Elodie Luchini, Operational Housing Director, Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropole

E13 Charleroi (BE) — Regeneration of a Square Linked to a Park
Designers: CENTRAL office, Brussels (BE), represented by Radim Louda (CZ), architect
Client: Paolo Ruaro, Architect, Charleroi Bouwmeester

With the participation of Europan 16 City Representatives

Moderators:
Aglaée Degros, Architect Urbanist, Brussels (BE), Head of Institute of Urbanism TU Graz (AT) – Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Céline Bodart, Architect, Researcher, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

14:30 - 15:30

Introduction by the moderators

Around this common theme, 3 projects / processes are presented as videos retracing the steps of the negotiation from the idea to the implementation through a dialogue with the local actors. The presentation of the video is followed by live comments of the 3 teams and their clients.

15:35 - 16:25

In a second sequence, a debate takes place between the actors involved in the 3 processes and the Europan 16 city representatives, who will, at the end of the competition, have to undertake the same operational experiences.

17:00 - 18:00
Prizes of the Best E15 Videos Produced by the Winning Teams on Their Projects

Among a pre-selection of 20 videos (on the 89 produced) made by the Scientific Committee Europan, a jury of 5 former Europan winners –with an ongoing or completed implementation process– announces the 5 thematized prizes they granted and develops the arguments of their selection.

Composition of the jury:
President: Tania Concko, architect (FR), Zaanstad E2 (NL)
Luis Palacios, architect (ES), arenas basabe palacios arquitectos Madrid (ES), Wien E10 (AT)
Meat architecture, Paris (FR), La Bazana E14 (ES)
Giovanni Glorialanza, architect (IT) Trondheim E13 (NO)
Carlos Zarco Sanz, architect (ES) Zagreb E13 (HR)

Moderator: Didier Rebois, Architect, Secretary General Europan Europe

18:05 - 18:30
Festival: Mini Lectures and Interviews (Videos)

Europan gives free speech to personalities chosen by the national structures in different countries, either for an interview on their opinion on Europan, or for a mini-lecture in reaction to the theme of E16

Video Interview —
Video Interview —
Video Mini-Lecture — Kai Reaver, architect and PHD-fellow at AHO Oslo

18:30 - 20:00
Dialogues between Participants
09:30
Opening

Bernd Vlay, Architect Wien (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committe
Presentation of the Programme of the Day:
— 2 exemplary process-projects as references for Europan
— 6 points of view and a debate on the next Europan 16 theme – “Living Cities”
— Conclusive debate on the future of Europan

Europan, What Next?

Through the analysis of 2 exemplary process-projects, different points of views and a debate on the next E16 theme, the Forum concludes on the perspective of What could be the goals of Europan for the next sessions?

Moderated by: Bernd Vlay, Architect, Wien (AT), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Julio de la Fuente, Architect, Teacher, Madrid (ES), Member of the Europan Technical Committee

09:45 - 11:10
Productive Cities: Videos and Exchanges from the Points of View of E15 Winning Teams

— Introduction by the moderator referring to the Europan Manifesto Guide for Process-Projects
— Presentation/Analysis of two dynamic process-projects

1 - A Collaborative Process
E10 in Wien Wildgarten (AT) – 1,000 new urban housing

Designers: arenas basabe palacios arquitectos, Madrid (ES), represented by Luis Palacios, architect
Client: Angela Lämmerhirt, ARE Austrian Real Estate Development GmbH

— Projection of a video explaining how a strong urban structure (a grid of gardens) was integrated through a long negotiation process with the actors, with a lot of new demands
10 min. Production Jmage
— Client and designers discuss live on their common experience

2 - A Metabolist Process
E13 Besançon (FR) – Reconnecting a campus and a Technopole

Designers: Altitude 35, Paris (FR), represented by Benoît Barnoud, architect, landscaper
Client: Nicolas Bodin, Vice-President Grand Besançon Metropole

— Projection of a video explaining how to consider the natural elements of the territory (geography, topography, water, vegetation…) to create landscapes reliances and to federate the actors (university, technopole, city) around a common project
10 min. Production Jmage
— Client and designers discuss live on their common experience

Comparative discussion on the processes and perspectives for Europan to produce such urban and landscaped projects.

11:15 - 12:10
What Theme?

— Europan launched a call on Instagram – @europan_cafe – to react on the Europan 16 theme of “Living Cities – Metabolism and Inclusivity”. Six personalities and offices (among the offices that did the take-overt) present their view by video.

Miriam Garcia, landscaper, Barcelona (ES); Atelier Georges, Paris (FR); LMNL office, Rotterdam (NL); Obrat architecture, Ljubljana (SI); Meat and Territories, Paris (FR); Omni, urbanists/researchers, Weimar (DE); arenas basabe palacios arquitectos, Madrid (ES)

Reaction and Debate on the questions asked to the E16 competitors at the crossing between the metabolist and the inclusive approaches

Chris Younès, Philosopher, Professor, Paris (FR), Member of the Europan Scientific Committee
Aglaée Degros, Architect Urbanist, Brussels (BE), Head of Institute of Urbanism TU Graz (AT) – Member of the Europan Scientific Committee

11:15 - 12:10
What Competition?

32 years after its creation, is the competition still dynamic and adapted to the stakes of the development of the European Cities? What could be changed or improved?

Conclusion of the forum in a debate as an open window towards the future

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09:30
Opening
Productive Cities: Videos and Exchanges from the Points of View of E15 Winning Teams
09:45 - 13:00
EUROPAN 15 WINNING TEAMS: 3 LECTURES-DEBATES
09:45
Group 1 - Theme: Productive Uses
10:45
Group 2 - Theme: Productive Milieus
11:45
Group 3 – Theme: Third Spaces In-between
12:45
Grand Témoin: Reaction of an E15 Jury Member
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break
14:30 - 18:00
Europan 15 Winning Teams: 3 Lectures-Debates
14:30
Group 4 – Theme: Interfaces and Short Cycles
15:30
Group 5 – Theme: Multiplying Agencies
16:30
Group 6 – Theme: From Linear Economy to Circular Economy
17:30
Grand Témoin: Reaction of an E15 Jury Member
18:00 - 19:00
Possible Exchanges between Participants via the Talk Rooms
09:30
Opening
What Sites for E16? (1)
09:45 - 13:00
Theme 1: Revitalization
09:45
Theme 1A - Revitalization / Reinforcing Biodiversity
10:45
Theme 1B - Revitalization / Transforming from the Infrastructures
11:45
Theme 1C - Revitalization / Making Territories Performative
12:45
Grand Témoin
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break
Which Implementations Processes after the Winning Ideas?
14:30 - 16:40
Theme 1: Inhabiting Diversity
14:30 - 15:30
Introduction
15:30 - 16:40
Second sequence
17:00 - 18:25
Views on Europan 15 Winning Projects
18:30 - 19:00
Festival: Mini Lectures and Interviews (Videos)
09:30-20:00
Possible Exchanges between Participants via the Talk Rooms
09:30
Opening
What Sites for E16? (2)
09:45 - 13:00
Theme 2: Recovery
09:45
Theme 2A - Recovery / Dynamizing Landscapes
10:45
Theme 2B - Recovery / Intensifying Districts
11:45
Theme 2C - Recovery / Stimulating Interfaces
12:45
Grand Témoin
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break
Which Implementations Processes after the Winning Ideas?
14:30 - 16:40
Theme 2: Adaptable Spaces
14:30 - 15:30
Introduction
15:30 - 16:40
Second sequence
17:00 - 18:25
Views on Europan 15 Winning Projects
18:30 - 19:00
Festival: Mini Lectures and Interviews (Videos)
09:30 - 20:00
Possible Exchanges between Participants via the Talk Rooms
09:30
Opening
What Sites for E16? (3)
09:45 - 13:00
THEME 3: Care
09:45
Theme 3A - Care / Valorizing Natural Elements and Landscapes
10:45
Theme 3B - Care / Dealing with New Uses
11:45
Theme 3C - Care / Reinventing Rurality and Productive Heritage
12:45
Grand Témoin
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break
Which Implementations Processes after the Winning Ideas?
14:30 - 16:40
Theme 3: Hybridisation City/Nature
14:30 - 15:30
Introduction
15:30 - 16:40
Second sequence
17:00 - 18:00
Prizes of the Best E15 Videos Produced by the Winning Teams on Their Projects
18:05 - 18:30
Festival: Mini Lectures and Interviews (Videos)
09:30 - 20:00
Possible Exchanges between Participants via the Talk Rooms
09:30
Opening
Europan, What Next?
09:45 - 11:15
What Process-Projects?
11:20 - 12:20
What Theme?
12:25 - 13:00
What Competition?
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