Présentation à la Triennale de Milan 2019

Urban territories in transition — The Greater Geneva Consultation
25 May 2019, 10:00 - 16:45   —  
Consultation Grand Genève
— Conferences

MILANO ARCH WEEK 2019 – TRIENNALE MILANO

Milano Arch Week is a week of lectures, conversations, workshops and itineraries on the main challenges of contemporary urban transformations. Milano Arch Week explores the future of architecture and cities through a polyphony of voices: architects, urban planners, landscape designers, scientists, philosophers, artists, and curators from all over the world.

Site de la Triennale de Milan – Arch Week: https://www.triennale.org/en/arch-week/

Programme: https://bit.ly/2VUPArc

URBAN TERRITORIES IN TRANSITION. THE GREATER GENEVA CONSULTATION

In 2008, the French-Swiss area around Geneva concluded a decadeslong development by creating a new territorial entity, the Greater Geneva. Since then, substantial work has been done in creating a more virtuous and ecological metropolis in domains such transports, housing and landscape preservation.

However, the region still persists in becoming a pivot of ecological sustainability. Thus, in the initiative of the Braillard Architectural Foundation, a new round of creative processes was launched, thanks to an extended public-private partnership, under the title Greater Geneva Consultation. Seven interdisciplinary teams were selected to design the transitional phase of the agglomeration: energy, water and other resources, biodiversity, migration, equality, mobility are some of the stakes to take into account.

What will the Greater Geneva look like in 2050?

10:00-13:30 in Salone d’Onore – Triennale Milano
URBAN TERRITORIES IN TRANSITION. THE GREATER GENEVA CONSULTATION

 

Part 1. THE CONSULTATION

  • Elena COGATO LANZA, president of the steering committee of the Greater Geneva Consultation and of the Braillard Architectural Foundation
  • Sylvain FERRETTI, director of the Urban Services, Department of the Territory, Canton of Geneva
  • Marion CHARPIÉ-PRUVOST, head of Territorial Development, Metropolitan Pole of the French Genevan
  • Panos MANTZIARAS, director, Braillard Architectural Foundation

Part 2. THE TEAMS

  • “La grande traversée: à la recherche des écologies singulières” – Franck HULLIARD, architecte, urbaniste, INterland Architecture
  • “Mille et une machines” – Pierpaolo Tamburelli, architecte, urbaniste, Politecnico di Milano
  • “Métaboliser les invisibles” – Matthias ARMENGAUD, architecte DPLG, urbaniste et paysagiste, AWP
  • “Le Grand Genève et son sol: Propriété, Écologie et Identité” – Milica TOPALOVIĆ, architecte, urbaniste, ETH Zurich DARCH et Florian HERTWECK, architecture, université du Luxembourg
  • “Energy Landscape” – Oscar BUSON, MSc Arch ETH, Studio Brühlmann Loetscher Buson
  • “Contrées Ressources” – Nathalie MONGÉ, architecte, paysagiste, Apaar_paysage
  • “Du sol et du travail: la transition, un nouveau projet biopolitique” – Paola VIGANÒ, architecte-urbaniste Habitat Research Center, EPFL Architecture

15:30 – 17:00 in Agorà (ou Sala Lab) – Triennale Milano
URBAN TERRITORIES IN TRANSITION. THE GREATER GENEVA CONSULTATION

 

Part 3. THE DISCUSSANTS

  • Peter DROEGE, architect, Director, Institute for Strategic Development, University of Liechtenstein
  • Robert SADLEIR, economist, professor, Westminster University