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Breaking Ground Workshop

  • 07:00 - 21 September, 2015
Breaking Ground Workshop
Breaking Ground Workshop, Programme of the Breaking Ground workshop - Geneva (Sept 21-25, 2015)
Programme of the Breaking Ground workshop - Geneva (Sept 21-25, 2015)

The Breaking Ground workshop will produce scenarios for the gradual development of a neighbourhood in Geneva, Switzerland, and conceive strategies to open urban design to end-users.

This 5 days events will be attended by masters students from Geneva, Lausanne and Zurich as well as young urbanists from Mumbai, Cairo, New York, Miami, Paris, London, and Vienna.

Hard work during the day, public debates and parties in the evening. Don't come to rest!

All are welcome to register (architects or otherwise). Free of charge. Accommodation may be made available upon request.


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