International
Federation for
Housing and
Planning

Content tagged with: history

Posted: 2012-11-28
Blog - The garden city near the Eiffel tour
Posted: 2012-11-14
Event - 17 January 2013
IFHP and the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) are organising a lecture in London by Sir Peter Hall.
Posted: 2012-09-06
Blog - Venice is sinking. And it has been doing so for as long as I remember. Somehow it is part of the dramatic myth of the city built on water. You get the feeling that even though it is archaic and eternal in all its historic grandeur, it is temporary.
Posted: 2012-05-21
Blog - REAL CORP 2012 - linking urban development professionals with industry and private enterprise. Derek Martin reports from Vienna
Posted: 2012-05-10
Blog - A former high bunker in Wroclaw has been transformed into a contemporary art museum with a spectacular roof top bar. Even more impressive is that the conversion has been made for only 1 million Euros. Contemporary Museum Wroclaw is a role model in transformation of historic landmarks.
Posted: 2012-05-09
Blog - Wroclaw presents itself as a meeting place; a multicultural environment where innovation happens and people respect and strengthen each other.
Posted: 2012-05-08
Blog - The first in a series of reflections on the wonderfully informative IFHP trip to Wroclaw
Subscribe to Content tagged with: history