The Latin American IFHP Office was inaugurated at FAU-PUCRS – School of Architecture and Urbanism of Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, last Wednesday 21th. The Office is localized in Porto Alegre, a city in south of Brazil near to Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, in a big university. Prof. Arch.
The post-congress publication containing most of the presentations given by the speakers at the 2012 Gothenburg congress is now available for download.
Please go to this page to download the publication or one of the presentations given during the congress.
IFHP President Flemming Borreskov selects the 2012 Facteur D award winner in the category of Planning/Urban Design. The award was given to the successful urban design of the Quartier des Spectacles (QDS), formalizing a network of open theatres surrounding Place des Arts, constituting the cultural heart of Montreal.
15 years has passed since the beginning of the tremendous changes in Bogotá that made the eyes of the world turn towards the Colombian capital. What is happening in Bogotá now? Is the city still a world leader in urban development and social change? There are many questions to be answered.
A collection of works of 57 young architects from all over the world in 57 different countries. This publication aims to undercover the upcoming generation currently working behind the scenes of the saturated architectural star-system show. It is FREE to download, and it is an invitation to share borderless knowledge and open up architectural debate to any interested party.
The Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) and the International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) would like to thank the Institut Supérieur d'Urbanisme et de Rénovation Urbaine (ISURU) in Brussels for hosting the lecture by Professor Danuta Hübner on 5th October 2012 within the framework of the AESOP-IFHP Lecture Series. The interview with Professor Danuta Hübner is now online.
This Online Conference will bring together ideas from around the world about how advances in technology shape our environment. We are keen to attract papers that provide a perspective from outside the traditional realm of ‘planning and design’ as well as papers that draw on multi-disciplinary material. We hope to offer insights to help improve the built environment - our cities, towns, rural communities – and the natural environment. Click here for the Call for Proposals.