WORKSHOP: ASKING TO ADVANCED URBANISM



Lézigno, Béziers, 13/14.10.2017

In the last two decades our most important environments of exchange and coexistence – cities – have undergone radical changes in their definition (urban and territorial, real and virtual), their configuration (complex, elastic and irregular) and their approach (multi-layer, multiscalar and multi-informational).

The old paradigms of rigid urban architectural disciplines, based on old planning prescriptions –compositional or functional, formal and objectual, zoning and/or managing formulas – have shown their limitations confronted to a progressively and unpredictable, complex and changing developments, related with the increasing ability to process, exchange (and transform) information – an increasingly simultaneous and(dis)located information- both geographical and social, spatial and temporal level.

 

Download: D3.3  Vol. 12> Asking to advanced Urbanism 

Lézigno, Béziers, 13/14.10.2017

In the last two decades our most important environments of exchange and coexistence – cities – have undergone radical changes in their definition (urban and territorial, real and virtual), their configuration (complex, elastic and irregular) and their approach (multi-layer, multiscalar and multi-informational).

The old paradigms of rigid urban architectural disciplines, based on old planning prescriptions –compositional or functional, formal and objectual, zoning and/or managing formulas – have shown their limitations confronted to a progressively and unpredictable, complex and changing developments, related with the increasing ability to process, exchange (and transform) information – an increasingly simultaneous and(dis)located information- both geographical and social, spatial and temporal level.

 

Download: D3.3  Vol. 12> Asking to advanced Urbanism