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European Workshop Waterfront Urban Design

European Workshop Waterfront Urban Design

ULHT (Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias) organized an international workshop on the theme of waterfront design (European Workshop Waterfront Urban Design) EWWUD. The workshop is coordinated by Pedro Ressano Garcia. This event will take place between 14 and 28 March 2010 and has several international specialists in nine foreign universities.

Solutions for the relocation of port facilities and the consequent waterfront regeneration of old ports are dependet upon the capacity of both port and city to sucessfully develop the necessary means of negotiation, to work towards mutual improvements. while Port Representatives privilege the efficiency of maritime activity, City leaders pursue improvements to their citizens quality of life.

Exchange of good pratices between port cities is required with two goals: to support the port’s needed to expand and relocate, and to produce urban waterfront REGENERATION that integrates rather than segregates neighborhoods and their citizens. The Workshop’s objectives and list of universities involved, after the break.

Port cities sharing similar experiences regarding projects of architecture and urban design at former port areas; discussion of the influence generated by geographic and historical factors; introduction of the cartographic culture of urban fabric’s transformation at the water edge; comparison of cultural, environmental and historical heritage solutions; port cities exchange mutual visions and common pratices, that constitute a relevant tool for the regeneration of former port areas; production of architecture and urban design sketches for publication; understanding that former industrial waterfronts are potential sites of continuity for urban morphology.

Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny Wszczecinie – ZUT / Poland Technische Universiteit Eindhoven / Netherlands Hafen City University Hamburg / Germany University of California Berkeley / USA Aristotele University of Thessaloniiki Faculty of Engineering School of Architecture / Greece Gazi Üniversitesi / Turkey Universite de Paris La Sorbonne / France Politecnico di Milano Facolta di Architettura e Societa Diap Dipartimento di Architettura e Pianificazion / Italy

Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "European Workshop Waterfront Urban Design" 27 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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