Following the first virtual gathering called Transition and pandemic, a logical development?, the second session of Design the transition, now! invites the public to explore the spatial, social and environmental dimensions of our urban future.
- its ecological imperatives, both quantitative and qualitative;
- its social red lines, including economic and political;
- its urban variants: densities, constructive cultures, functionalities, aesthetics;
- its alternatives for mobility, productivity and consumption.
- Sylvain Ferretti, Secretary-General of the Office of Urbanism, Department of Territory, Republic and Canton of Geneva.
- Albert Lévy, architect urban planner, doctor in urban studies Paris VIII, former CNRS researcher, former professor in Geneva (EAUG), Paris (IFU/Paris VIII), associate researcher at LAVUE laboratory UMR CNRS 7218, Environment Health Network administrator. Author of the book “Ville, urbanisme, santé: les trois révolutions” (City, town planning, health: the three revolutions).
- Marcellin Barthassat, architect and urban planner, member of the Cantonal Town Planning Commission in Geneva.
- Catherine Fierens, Brussels environment, coordinator of the BoerensBruxselPaysans project.
- Nathalie Roseau, École des Ponts ParisTech, LATTS, Associate professor at the École des Ponts ParisTech, Director of the Techniques, Territories and Societies Laboratory (CNRS, ENPC, UGE).
Moderation: Panos Mantziaras, director of the Braillard Architects Foundation.
- Bernard Declève, Catholic University of Louvain
- Roselyne de Lestrange, Metrolab Brussels
- Vincent Kaufmann, EPFL/LASUR
- Luca Pattaroni, EPFL/LASUR
- Panos Mantziaras, FBA