FORUM	  OF	  SITES	  E12	  	  MALMÖ	  (SE)	  11-­‐12	  JANUARY	  2013	  	  The	  Europan	  12	  competition	  will	  be	  ...
9.30-­‐12.30:	  MALMÖ	  URBAN	  POLICY:	  CONFERENCE	  +	  VISITS	  	  A	   programme	   of	   thematic	   urban	   and	  ...
16.30-­‐18.30:	   DEBATE	   2:	   HOW	   TO	   ADAPT	   EUROPAN	   PROCESSES	   TO	   INNOVATIONS	   IN	   THE	  FABRICATI...
SATURDAY	  12	  JANUARY	  2013	  	  9.30:	  COFFEE	  St	  Gertrud,	  room	  Rasmushallen	  	  10.00-­‐18.00:	  WHICH	  STR...
Theme	  4	  -­‐	  ECORHYTHMS	  	  St	  Gertrud,	  room	  Salmson	  Translation	  English	  –	  French	  –	  German	  From	...
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  1. 1. 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      
  2. 2. 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    
  3. 3. 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  
  4. 4. 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)    
  5. 5. 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