Consultation Greater Geneva

Urban-architectural and landscape consultation for the ecological transition of urban areas

On the initiative of the Braillard Architects Foundation, a consortium of partners is launching the Urban-Architectural and Landscape Consultation entitled “Prospective Visions for Greater Geneva. To inhabit the landscape city of the 21st century.” International and interdisciplinary, its ambition is to gather elements of knowledge and to develop scenarios of evolution by the project for the Franco-Valdo-Geneva agglomeration by 2050. Its character is based on the three pillars of sustainable development, namely the environment, the social and the economy.


Final presentation:

View the final presentation of September 24, 2020, recorded on video here.


You will find on this site all the information about the procedure and all the instructions and documents for the candidates.



La Confédération Suisse, Le Canton de Genève, la Ville de Genève, le Pôle métropolitain du Genevois français, le département de la Haute-Savoie, le département de l’Ain, le Conseil d’architecture, Urbanisme et Environnement de Haute-Savoie (CAUE 74), Patrimoine Suisse Genève, les Services Industriels Genevois (SIG), la Fédération des Architectes et Ingénieurs (FAI) de Genève, la Fédération des Architectes Suisses (FAS), la Fédération Suisse des Urbanistes – section romande (FSU-r), la Société Suisse des Ingénieurs et Architectes (SIA), l’Association genevoise des Ingénieurs Géomètres officiels et Géomaticiens (AGG), L’Association Genevoise des Ingénieurs (AGI), la Fédération Suisse des Architectes Paysagistes (FSAP), les Rentes Genevoises et la Banque Pictet. .

The Consultation is under the aegis of the United Nations for the Environment and under the high patronage of the Federal Office for Territorial Development.