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FORUM OF SITES E12 MALMÖ (SE) 11-‐12 JANUARY 2013 The Europan 12 competition will be launched on 18 March 2013 on the theme: The Adaptable city, inserting the urban rhythms. European cities are engaged in a radical transformation: they urgently need to reduce their ecological footprint to help resolve the energy crisis, fight against the greenhouse effect and preserve non-‐renewable resources. These changes have to be quickly considered and Europan 12 proposes to explore the question of time in this particular context in order to make the city more adaptable. This requires a chronotypical approach mixing the dimensions of space and time. It also means developing a sensitive form of urban planning where different places can be used at different times and rethinking the quality of the spaces from that perspective. This raises the question of the hospitality of the urban spaces and their readability for city users. It is important to consider the intensive development projects to better articulate them with the realities of the contemporary city. It is also about considering the city’s multiple uses and in particular the question of the sharing and recycling of buildings to try to avoid excessive space consumption and therefore to promote a sustainable city through exploiting time in its full range. The sites presented to the competition all have to be in line with one or several dimensions of this chrono-‐urbanism. To achieve this goal, a European forum of Sites is organised gathering the cities and sites representatives for Europan 12 and the national Europan structures and experts in order to finalize the specific problems and programmatic framework of the sites to be proposed to future competitors and to establish the classification by theme. The aim of it is to involve the cities, urban developers and contracting authorities in the Europan process and to encourage the sharing of a common culture between the different partners. PROGRAMME FRIDAY 11 JANUARY 2013 09.00-‐9.15: COFFEE and last registrations St Gertrud, room Rasmushallen 09.15-‐9.30: WELCOME SPEECH St Gertrud, room Carolinahallen by Anders Rubin, Deputy Mayor of Malmö and Thomas Sieverts president of Europan Translation in English and French
9.30-‐12.30: MALMÖ URBAN POLICY: CONFERENCE + VISITS A programme of thematic urban and architectural visits will go through the challenges of the metropolitan development in Malmö, especially from the angle of time. Malmö counts more than 530,000 inhabitants and is very close to Copenhagen and its 1,650,000 inhabitants; this whole region –known as the Oresund Region– is an important area for the whole Scandinavia. 9.30-‐10.15: Lecture by Chriser Larsson, Director of Town Planning, City of Malmö St Gertrud, room Carolinahallen Translation in English and French 10.15-‐12.30: Visits to a number of recently planned areas, including the Western Harbour (with Calatravas Turning Torso, Diener & Dieners university campus centre and the Bo01 housing exhibition site), Hyllie mixed use development, the Europan 11 site of Holma and stations of the new underground railway. The tour will be made by bus and offered in English and French 12.30-‐14.00: LUNCH St Gertrud, room Kryddloftet 14.00-‐18.30: TWO DEBATES: EUROPAN AND EUROPEAN CITIES St Gertrud, room Carolinahallen Site representatives discuss the evolution of their urban policies and the way Europan can support them in the innovation on the contents and urban design and construction processes, basing themselves on the introductory lectures on two strategic issues for Europan: themes and implementations. The 2 debates are opened each one by an introductive lecture done by an expert followed by a debate with representatives of sites Europan 12. The debates are moderated by Chris Younès (FR), anthropologist and nature philosopher, and Carlos Arroyo (ES), architect and urban planner. 14.00-‐16.00: DEBATE 1: ARE EUROPAN THEMES LINKED TO URBAN STRATEGIES OF THE EUROPEAN CITIES? Europan themes –going from housing to city level, focusing on the processes as well as on the design and mixing anthropological and ecological issues– have evolved in time to follow the evolution of the urban society and contribute to the birth of new spatial logics at the time of sustainable development. How can we go on in this direction following the ways of thinking and building the city of tomorrow? Translation in English, French and German 16.00: COFFEE BREAK St Gertrud, room Rasmushallen
16.30-‐18.30: DEBATE 2: HOW TO ADAPT EUROPAN PROCESSES TO INNOVATIONS IN THE FABRICATION OF THE CITY? Europan gives rise to new spatial concepts brought by teams of young professionals of the urban and architectural design (architects, engineers, landscapers, urban planners…). Yet, the aim of the post-‐competition phase specifically relies on the practical participation to the implementation of urban mutations. Although Europan presents a certain number of significant implementations how could we reinforce these processes that gather the actors of the urban and architectural construction around the winning teams? What does ‘innovating in the production modes’ mean to the cities and how could we get there? How could Europan support and participate to this multi-‐actor dynamics around the urban project mixing the partial logics to go beyond them? Translation in English, French and German 18.30-‐19.30: VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION ON MALMÖ/HÖLMA Europan 11 Form/Design Centre Reception with an exhibition of the planning activities in Malmö and the Europan 11 site of Hölma, hosted by the housing companies MKB, Riksbyggen and the City of Malmö. Drink. Transportation will be made by bus from St Gertrud FREE EVENING
SATURDAY 12 JANUARY 2013 9.30: COFFEE St Gertrud, room Rasmushallen 10.00-‐18.00: WHICH STRATEGIES FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF SITES? St Gertrud, rooms Carolinahallen and Salmson The about 50 sites presented for Europan 12 all call for a better articulation of time within the urban and architectural space. Grouped around 6 different themes the sites are discussed by 6 working groups. This comparative work through proximity of theme should provide a sharper definition of the programmatic frame submitted to the competitors. 10.00-‐12.00: WORKING GROUPS 1 & 2 Theme 1 -‐ DYNAMIC URBAN PLATFORMS St Gertrud, room Carolinahallen Translation English – French – German (Spanish if necessary, promptly) Diversifying by collective programs DON BENITO (ES) – GJILAN (KO) – ZAGREB (HR) Intensifying by strategic connections BUDAPEST (HU) – MARSEILLE PLAN D’AOU (FR) – SAINT-‐HERBLAIN (FR) Vitalising by contemporary uses AALBORG (DK) – BITTERFELD-‐WOLFEN (DE) – KRISTINEHAMN (SE) – SCHIEDAM (NL) – WITTENBERGE (DE) Theme 2 -‐ HERITAGE OF THE FUTURE St Gertrud, room Salmson Translation English – French – German Characterising conversion projects AMSTETTEN (AT) -‐ KØBENHAVN (DK) -‐ REGIONALE 2016 (DE) -‐ WARSZAWA (PL) Distinguishing conversion projects LIEZEN (AT) -‐ MILANO (IT) -‐ NÜRNBERG (DE) Specifying development projects ASKER (NO) -‐ COUVET (CH) -‐ HAMMARÖ (SE) 12.00-‐13.30: LUNCH St Gertrud, room Kryddloftet 13.30-‐15.30: WORKING GROUPS 3 & 4 Theme 3 -‐ FROM MONO-‐LARGE TO MULTI-‐MIX St Gertrud, room Carolinahallen Translation English – French – German (Spanish if necessary, promptly) De-‐composing the megastructure HANINGE (SE) -‐ HEIDELBERG (DE) Interweaving the local HELSINKI (FI) – MARLY (CH) Gradual transformation GRAZ (AT) – GRONINGEN (NL) -‐ KAISERLAUTERN (DE) – URRETXU_IRIMO (ES) – WIEN SIEMENSÄCKER (AT)
Theme 4 -‐ ECORHYTHMS St Gertrud, room Salmson Translation English – French – German From boundaries to porous borders BAERUM (NO) – FOSSES (FR) – KREUZLINGEN (CH)/KONSTANZ (DE) Hybrid territories HÖGANÄS (SE) – KAUFBEUREN (DE) – ORSAY (FR) – VICHY VAL D’ALLIER (FR) 15.30-‐16.00: COFFEE BREAK St Gertrud, room Rasmushallen 16.00-‐18.00: WORKING GROUPS 5 & 6 Theme 5 -‐ IN-‐BETWEEN TIME St Gertrud, room Carolinahallen Translation English – French – German (Spanish if necessary, promptly) Using waiting time creatively ALGODOR (ES) – ANDALUCIA (ES) – KUOPIO (FI) Becoming smarter by going slower ASSEN (NL) – DONAUWÖRTH (DE) – ROUEN (FR) – SERAING (BE) – WIEN KAGRAN (AT) Theme 6 -‐ NETWORKING TERRITORIES St Gertrud, room Salmson Translation English – French – German Translocal adaptation ÅS (NO) – CINEY (BE) – KALMAR (SE) – PORTO BRANDAO (PT) Enclaving/disenclaving MANNHEIM (DE) – MÜNCHEN (DE) – PARIS (FR) The 6 working groups will be prepared and moderated by: - Pascal Amphoux (CH), SC, architect, teacher and researcher, Lausanne - Stéphane Bonzani (FR), TC, architect, teacher and researcher, Paris - Kristiaan Borret (BE), SC, architect-‐in-‐chief of the city of Antwerp - David Franco (ES), TC, architect and teacher, Madrid - Jens Metz (DE), TC, architect, urban planner and teacher, Berlin - Ines Nizic (HR), SC, architect and teacher, Vienna - Socrates Stratis (CY), SC, architect, urban planner and teacher - Erik Wingquist (SE), TC, architect and teacher, Stockholm 20.00: CLOSING EVENT Malmö City Hall Dinner at the invitation of Mr Ilmar Reepalu, mayor of Malmö