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The Department of Urbanism and Habitat deals with the interface between architecture, city and regional planning on one hand, and the the physical shape of the city on the other. In light of the far reaching changes transformations of cities and regions brought about by climate change, socio-cultural and demographic changes and new technological developments, spatial and processual knowledge should be combined in a sustainable, livable city development.

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The Department of Urbanism and Habitat deals with the interface between architecture, city and regional planning on one hand, and the the physical shape of the city on the other. In light of the far reaching changes transformations of cities and regions brought about by climate change, socio-cultural and demographic changes and new technological developments, spatial and processual knowledge should be combined in a sustainable, livable city development. Urban design is taught as an „act of shaping“ as well as a process of negotiation between the diverse requirements and visions of the diferent actors. Besides conceptual design skills, communicative and analytical competency and tools for representation will also be taught.

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12. December 2018

Urban Design & Communication

AESOP 2019 in Venice is themed "Planning for Transition"
Every transition implies that there is history. We are therefore inviting paper contributions for a special session on Transition Histories.
Please consider submitting a paper proposal between 15 December 2018 and 15. January 2019. www.aesop2019.eu/special-session/

Please distribute the call for papers widely:

Special Session 'Transition Histories' at AESOP 2019, IUAV July 9-13 2019
Prof Michael Hebbert (co-chair) Prof dr. ing. Carola Hein (co-chair)
Bartlett School of Planning History of Architecture & Urban Planning
University College London Delft University of Technology
<m.hebbert@ucl.ac.uk> <c.m.hein@tudelft.nl>
former editor Planning Perspectives IPHS editor, Planning Perspectives
The Special Session at AESOP2019 will offer research-based historical perspectives on the conference theme Planning for Transition. Over the long twentieth century many transitions have been planned for. The very concept of collective planning implies thinking about economic, social, cultural, political, technical or ecological futures, and envisaging trajectories to be followed or avoided. Never stable, the planning movement's imaginary 'Cities of Tomorrow' have shifted even further and faster than the real-world cities they seek to transform.
We invite papers that show how futuristic projection has shaped the planning of cities and regions, and the dialectical process whereby transition strategies have taken shape, been challenged, morphed, and switched. Planning history offers many precedents of expectation and outcome, including:

the transition from miasmatic theory of disease to germ theory
the transition to clean hydro-electric power
the transition to self-contained garden cities
the transition to vertical urbanism
the transition to aerial transport
the transition to state socialism
the transition to a planned 'third way' between capitalism & fascism
the transition to 100% motorisation
the transition to systems planning
the transition to collaborative planning
the transition to a Europe of Regions
Transition Histories is open to all genres of historiography including biography, history of ideas, accounts of networks and associations, mapping, thematic policy studies or historical geography. We encourage papers that explore the histories of challenge and response, showing how each anticipation of transition has implied shifts in the role and tasks of planning, its rationalities and related institutions.
IMPORTANT DEADLINE
Abstracts for the Special Session 'Transition Histories' should be submitted between December 15th and January 15th via the portal on the conference website, www.aesop2019.eu/special-session/
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27. November 2018

Urban Design & Communication

SFB-Fallstudienentwicklungen beobachtet aus der Ferne...III JORNADA COMUNITARIA e INAUGURACIÓN del 1er. “PROYECTO SEMILLA”, Bellavista, El Progreso.

El pasado domingo 11 de noviembre tuvo lugar la III JORNADA COMUNITARIA e INAUGURACIÓN del primer punto estratégico del Proyecto Urbano Integral ‘El Progreso’:“PROYECTO SEMILLA”, en el barrio de Bellavista, El Progreso, distrito de Carabayllo.
Se trata de un espacio público producido dentro del marco del programa Urban 95 - El Progreso, de la Bernard van Leer Foundation, que tiene como finalidad crear barrios saludables, prósperos y estimulantes que fomenten el buen desarrollo de los niños, niñas y familias del barrio.
La ejecución del proyecto es llevada adelante por el equipo de Coordinación del Programa Urban 95, conformado por la Municipalidad Distrital de Carabayllo, la asociación Coordinadora de la Ciudad (en Construcción), el Programa Municipal PPETI y la ONG SUMBI, con el apoyo de la ONG Plan Internacional, la ONG Causa Verde.
La III JORNADA COMUNITARIA se inició a las 7 de la mañana y contó con la participación de un gran número de vecinos y vecinas del barrio de Bellavista que, organizados en grupos, concluyeron con las tareas pendientes de finalización de obras, pintado de señales y sembrado de árboles donados por la ONG Causa Verde.
Al final de la jornada se dio pase a la INAUGURACIÓN del “PROYECTO SEMILLA” y contó con la presencia de la actual alcaldesa de Carabayllo, Nandy Córdova Morales, y un equipo de Gerentes Municipales que la acompañó.
Durante la ceremonia de inauguración los vecinos y vecinas del Barrio de Bellavista, firmaron un acta de compromiso en la que acuerdan hacerse formalmente responsables de participar, de manera activa, en el cuidado y mantenimiento del parque y del mismo modo se comprometieron también a abrir el uso y disfrute del parque a todos los vecinos y vecinas, niños y niñas, de todos los barrios de El Progreso.
Este primer “Proyecto Semilla”, ubicado en la entrada del barrio de Bellavista, es la primera etapa de intervención de todo un Plan Urbano Integral planificado para El Progreso

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