Aug 28, 2012

European Workshop Waterfront Urban Design 2011, 2012

Courtesy of EWWUD
As in 2010, in 2011 there will be an edition of EWWUD ().
ULHT (Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias) will organize 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 27 March and 9 April 2011, in , Portugal, and has several international specialists in nine foreign universities.
The following universities will participate:
Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny Wszczecinie – ZUT / Poland
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
/ Netherlands
Hafen City University Hamburg
/ Germany
University of California Berkeley
Aristotele University of Thessaloniiki Faculty of Engineering School of Architecture
/ Greece
Universite de Paris La Sorbonne
/ France
Politecnico di Milano Facolta di Architettura e Societa Diap Dipartimento di Architettura e Pianificazion
/ Italy
Gazi Üniversitesi
/ Turkey

For more informations, visit EWWUD’s website here.

Courtesy of EWWUD
Organized by a commission of professors and students from the ULHT’s (Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias) School of Communication, Architecture, Arts and Information Technologies (ECATI), European Workshop of Waterfront and Urban Design Workshop 2012 will take place from March 18-31. Held at ISCAD on ’s Waterfront, where students can work all day, EWWUD’s previous editions gathered about 80 students from several European and North American universities, who worked together for two weeks. More information on the event after the break.
This year’s study area will be Sines. The workshop has the following objectives:
- Generate a methodology to contribute for sustainable development of port cities.
- Allow port cities authorities to exchange management visions and common practices that succeed to re-establish its relation with water, Improving environmental conditions while supporting the port activity.
- Discuss the influence of geographic and historical factors on the present situation of ports and cities, and produce cartographic records of the transformation of the waterfront.
- Understand that former industrial waterfronts are potential sites of continuity for urban morphology.
- Comparison of cultural, environmental and historical heritage solutions.

For more information, please visit their official website here.

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