Oct. 28, 2022
Let's discover the different team proposals of the 40th session of the Paris Region International Urban Planning Workshop
The 40th session of the Paris Region International Urban Planning Workshop " Interdependence and supply issues in the face of the climate emergency: What choices for the northern Paris Region?" has been an incredible moment of sharing and thinking amongst the participants, the members and the jury.
Each team has presented its work to the public, after three weeks of workshop, they find an interesting entry into this complex topic:
• Team A: "Living soil" embraces the concept of biodiversity and tackles the topic of the workshop from the roots, aiming to develop a system which allows to close the consumption cycle and suggests a new form of urbanisation: more respectful towards all forms of life whilst gradually closing the metabolic fracture.
• Team B: focusing on the topic of logistics itself that shapes the landscape of the northern region, the team suggests Rethinking and implementing an efficient and sustainable logistics system based on river transport along the Oise, thus creating "Fluid territories"
• Team C: introduces FOD: Food Oriented Development as a means of territorial metamorphosis (Circe-she) enabling to move from a Production/Dependancy system to a Bioregion. More than a project, the FOD is mostly a framework that enables professionals to analyse a territory and design a project that will take into account as many systemic components as possible including: the food system circle, The F.O.D unit, Timeframe, and The proof-reading exercise done by stakeholders.
Congratulations to you all for such sharps proposals in short times Anaëlle JOUBIN (France), Adriana Mejia Artieda (Equador), Lindsey Selleck (UK), Rohit Raj (India), Edwin Kabuja (Kenya), Tom Champas (France), Agnès Bastin (France), Aarti Gandhi (India), Han Quin (China - Belgium), Teimuraz Gabunia (Georgia), Pamela Latim (Uganda), Doriane Atchadé (France), Fan Wenzheng (China - USA), Tadeo Homps (Brazil), Alex Roux (France).