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Triennale V INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, New Eco-Compact Cities\ud for a Sustainable Development, 2009 Sept. 26/Octob. 25, Comune di Bologna-Sala Museale del Baraccano, Via Santo Stefano 119, Bologna 40125 | organized by CIVICARCH Lab-University of Ferrara (Engineering Department) and A VISION OF EUROPE with the collaboration of Eco-Compact City Network, Intbau - College of Chapters, Fondation Pour L'architecture, C.E.U.Italy and Promoted by: University of Miami - School of Architecture, Miami; University of Notre Dame - School of Architecture, South Bend; University of Palermo; The Prince's Foundation, London; Rivista Archi e Colonne International, Bologna



BOLOGNA TRIENNALE V INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM | New Eco-Compact Cities\ud for a Sustainable Development.\ud The International Exhibition includes 88 new towns, cities, urban neighborhoods, districts, villages selected by the 2008 European Prize Philippe Rotthier. Projects from the Cities of: \ud Alessandria, Algueirao, Alicante, Alys Beach, Amsterdam, Anvers, Aylesbury, Bailly Romainvilliers, Bergschenhoek, Berlin, Beyrouth, Bilbao, Bologna, Brandevoort, Brentwood, Breukelen, Bruay La Buissiere, Brussels, Burgos, Cadriano, Carbajosa de la Sagrada, Casarza Ligure, Como, De Haan, Dresden, Fairford Leys, Field Farm, Fuenterrabia, Gassin, Genova, Gijon, Gladbeck, Glasgow, Gütersloh, Haarlem, Hammamet, Hardelot, Haverleij, Heerenveen, Hoje Tastrup, Irun, Istanbul, Kemer, Knokke, Kokshetau, La Coruña, Lasne, Lisboa, London, Magny le Hongre, Oviedo, Palermo, Palm Beach, Palma de Mallorca, Pamplona, Paris, Pitiousa, Plessis-Robinson, Pont Royal, Port Grimaud, Potsdam, Poundbury, Reggio Emilia, Saint Denis, Salamanca, San Sebastian, Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Schoten, Silkeborg, Stockholm, Sundsvall, Thicket Mead, Tirana, Tornagrain, Utrecht, Val d'Europe, Valenciennes, Valladolid, Vaureal, Vitoria.\ud Among the Eco-Efficient Cities presented at Triennale V, the new urban center at Plessis Robinson awarded the first prize at the European Prize Philippe Rotthier 2008. The most successful case in the Paris metropolitan region of a “hard banlieue” re-generated through the demolition of some 2,400 housing units built in the 1960s and 70s and the construction of a new Eco-garden City conceived according to the principles of the sustainable development

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