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Gignac-la-Nerthe (France), 2013
The square in front of the Town Hall and a garden of Provençal plants are connected by means of an elongated pavilion with porches, games areas, public toilets, a theatre, a picnic area and an open-air cinema.
Urban development in the old cities of Europe is taking forms that differ from those adopted in emerging cities in other parts of the world. The book Transforming Cities (eds. Kristin Feireiss and Oliver Hamm) presents solutions based on interdisciplinary approaches and citizen participation.
As part of its “New Narratives for Europe” programme, the European Commission is promoting a debate in the Mies van der Rohe Foundation in Barcelona at which the ideas, interests, needs and values conveyed by architecture to European society will be discussed.
With suport from the Culture Programme of the European
Union, under the auspices of the "Europe City" project: