Smart cities, urban transformation and regeneration, social housing, urban marketing, European planning and sustainability: these are the main themes around which the 13th edition of Urbanpromo is built. Urbanpromo Progetto Base (this is the title of the current edition) takes place from the 8th to the 11th of November in the context of Milan’s Triennale and is organized by Urbit together with the Istituto Nazionale di Urbanistica (National Institute of City Planning).
The event will be the occasion to approach and to analyze the six themes in depth with the help of numerous experts and professionals, whose interventions will range from the observation of case studies and best practices to the broader reflection on how cities and city planning must evolve in order to answer the ever changing needs of the urban population.
LabGov will be present at the event where Professor Christian Iaione, LabGov’s co-founder, will intervene in the panel A new cicle of urban planning, between strategies and tactics, occurring from 9 am to 1 pm on Friday the 11th of November (here the detailed program of the event).
Aim of the conference is to discuss the transformations that city planning has to undergo in order to adapt to the changing context in which we live, characterized by uncertainty and availability of limited resources as a consequence of economic instability. The contemporary urban reality calls for new approaches to urban planning, approaches that can combine conventional and experimental features.
Professor Christian Iaione will give his contribution to the debate by developing a reflection on “Community city planning: common goods, social innovation and sharing economy”.
The complete program of the eventi s available here.
It is possible to register for the event here.
Smart city, trasformazione e rigenerazione urbana, social housing, marketing urbano, programmazione europea, energie e sostenibilità. Questi sono i temi di riferimento della tredicesima edizione di Urbanpromo, in programma dall’8 all’11 novembre alla Triennale di Milano, organizzato dall’Istituto Nazionale di Urbanistica e da Urbit.
Il programma completo dell’evento è disponibile qui.