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T R I E N N A L E   IV

NEW CIVIC ARCHITECTURE
THE ECOLOGICAL ALTERNATIVE TO SUB-URBANIZATION

Bologna, 7-8-9 Ottobre 2004
International Conference

C.C.A. CITIES, COMMERCE, ARCHITECTURE
International Exhibition

  THE ECOLOGICAL ALTERNATIVE TO SUB-URBANIZATION

In the age of globalization Commerce plays a key role in the process of urban and land transformations. From one side we notice a sad sub-urbanization of central and peripheral areas together with the diffusion of Mall; from the other side we register the increasing success of New Civic Architecture proposing a balanced development of retail and high quality urban spaces.
The Conference, structured on 5 main Sessions and Panels, presents the most innovative experiences of the New Civic Architecture at the different urban scales:New York, Paris, London, Bruxelles, San Francisco, Lisbon, San Sebastian, Alessandria, Itri, Viterbo, Piove di Sacco.
International Conference:
FACOLTA' DI INGEGNERIA 

Exhibition Hall:
CENTRO SAN MATTIA
Via Sant'Isaia 14

International Conference

THE END OF THE MALLS' AGE

December, 9th 2004 - h 18.00at
ex-Chiesa di S.Mattia in Bologna
TOWARDS A NEW URBAN RENAISSANCE FOR THE ITALIAN CITIES

Bologna, via S.Isaia 14/a
November, 12th 2004 - h 17.00
A Vision of Europe

TRIENNALE IV

Bologna 2004 : 7/10 - 9/12
NEW CIVIC ARCHITECTURE
Promoted by:

University of Ferrara, Ferrara; University of Genova, Genova; University of Maryland - School of Architecture; University of Miami - School of Architecture, Miami; University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli; Second University of Napoli, Napoli; University of Notre Dame - School of Architecture, South Bend; University of Palermo, Palermo; Byens Fornyelse, Oslo; CEU - Council for European Urbanism, Bruxelles; Fondation pour l'Architecture, Bruxelles; INTBAU, London; Rivista Archi e Colonne International, Bologna; Soprintendenza Regionale ai Beni Culturali dell'Emilia Romagna, Bologna; St. Petersburg Accademy of Art, St. Petersburg; The Classical Architecture League, Washington D.C.; The Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture, New York; The Prince's Foundation, London.

Scientific Committee:

R. Adam, T. Beeby, J. Blatteau, V. Borasi, A. Corlaita, J. Cornelio Da Silva, N. Crowe, M. Culot, A. Dell'Acqua, A. De Marco, B. De Sivo, A. Duany, R. Economakis, A. Frattari, E. Garzillo, A. Greenberg, B. Hanson, J. Hernandez, S. Hurtt, R. John, L. Krier, R. Krier, R. Iovino, J. F. Lejeune, P. Marconi, J. Massengale, S. Michealowski, E. Moule, P. Mourrain, E. Plater-Zyberk, S. Polyzoides, D. Porphyrios, J. Robertson, P. Rotthier, I. Salona, V. Scully, T. G. Smith, D. Solomon, A. Stazi, R. Stern, H. Stimmann, I. Tagliaventi, G. Tortorici, A. Ustarroz, D. Watkin, C. W. Westfall, S. Younes, L. Zordan.

Organizational Committee:

B. Bolgar, J. Cenicacelaya, P. Choynowski, E. Dassori, D. Diolaiti, A. Engh,G. Fatta, M. Fumo, M. Hardy, M. Lykoudis, L. Mollo, C. Rosponi, G. Tagliaventi.


1st SESSION

TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:
AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE SUB-URBANIZATION OF TOWNS AND CITIES

2nd SESSION

RESIDENCE, OFFICES, RETAIL:
THE SUCCESS OF MIXED-USE PATTERNS IN
THE REDEVELOPMENT OF SUB-URBAN AREAS

3rd SESSION

COMMERCE AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT:
THE ARCHITECTURE OF STREETS AND SQUARES

4th SESSION

TECHNIQUES OF URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AND TYPOLOGIES
OF THE ARCHITECTURE FOR COMMERCE

5th SESSION

COUNCIL FOR EUROPEAN URBANISM
 
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