FUTURS DURABLES POUR LA VILLE MEDITERRANEENNE. Palermo 2019: Green line / Trapani 2020: Recycle city / Marseille 2030: Effect event

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Abstract

Which future for the european city? This is the main issue at the core of the itinerary exhibition of urban projects and architecture aiming at starting a virtuous process of reflections on the theme of the sustainable city in the mediterranean area. The presented projects, beneficiating from on a collaboration among several european institutions, provide a large panorama of answers regarding the transformation of the city of Palermo, Trapani and Marseille. At the same time, these projects question the future of the sustainable city and its transformations by looking at the relation between architecture and infrastructure.
Lingua originaleFrench
Pagine75-90
Numero di pagine16
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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