EUROPAN 15 AUSTRIA - Productive Cities 2

EUROPAN 15 AUSTRIA - Productive Cities 2

Ressources, Mobility, Equity

A rich source of ground-breaking ideas for a new urban culture of the future: EUROPAN is Europe’s biggest competition for ideas about urban planning and architecture

 

 

Title Information

Edited by EUROPAN AUSTRIA, Verein zur Förderung von Architektur, Wohnungs- und Städtebau

1st edition

, 2020

Paperback

120 pages, 111 color and 53 b/w illustrations and graphics

20 x 30 cm

ISBN 978-3-03860-212-5

Content

EUROPAN is an initiative that puts on competitions for young architects. Founded in 1989 and supported by thirteen countries in the EU, it runs a competition every two years for innovative and experimental models in urban development. The 2017 and 2019 EUROPAN competitions focused on the topic Productive Cities. The 2019 edition involved more than 900 planning teams from all over Europe, who prepared proposals for forty-seven towns.

This book features the twelve winning submissions to the 2019 Productive Cities 2 competition for the Austrian cities Graz, Innsbruck, Villach, Weiz, and Vienna. They are presented in great detail through photos, drawings and visualizations, along with commenting texts. The projects focus on architectural and urban-planning interventions and processes. They offer innovative concepts for the use of public space as well as holistic solutions for sustainable construction and models for cross-functional use of space. The book is a rich source for trend-setting ideas about our future cities and the development of a new urban lifestyle.

With contributions by Blaž Babnik Romaniuk, Kristiaan Borret, Iris Kaltenegger, Verena Konrad, Bart Lootsma, Katharina Urbanek, and Bernd Vlay; an editorial by Iris Kaltenegger; as well as brief statements by Eva-Maria Benedikt, Oswin Donnerer, Philipp Fromm, Martin Haas, Guido Moser and Christopher Kreiner.

 

EUROPAN AUSTRIA is a founding member of Paris-based EUROPAN Europe, the network for architecture and urban design founded in 1989. At a national level, it directs the joint EUROPAN program and assures the development and implementation of new solutions.

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