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- Paris, フランス
Grand Paris Métropole Douce is a vision for the development of the metropolitan region of Paris as well as a model of a prosperous and ecologically balanced metropolis for the 21st century.
It was developed in the context of the international consultation Le Grand Pari(s) initiated by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2008. Ten multidisciplinary teams were asked to imagine the transformation of Greater Paris into a pioneering urban landscape evolving in accord with the demands of the Kyoto Protocol. Experts in urban planning, urban theory and history, philosophy, architecture, ecology, climate change, mobility, and society working together with LIN in a distributed temporary laboratory, collaborating with research institutes of the MIT, the Oldenburg University and the TU Berlin.
Grand Paris Métropole Douce implies an optimistic approach: urban change doesn’t only happen - driven by complex systems and structures - it can also be tackled, discussed, influenced, re-directed… It is an attempt to think the urban phenomenon in all its dimensions at the same time: social, economical, ecological, cultural... It is an ongoing project: it defines a multitude of steps, a transformation process for the upcoming decades.
Grand Paris METROPOLE DOUCE is a vision for the development of the metropolitan region of Paris as well as a model of a prosperous and ecologically balanced metropolis for the 21st century. Ten multidisciplinary teams were asked to imagine the transformation of Greater Paris into a pioneering urban landscape evolving in accord with the demands of the Kyoto Protocol.
French ministry of culture and communication in partnership with the French ministry of the environment
2008-09 (international consultation). Grand Paris International Workshop since 2010, in progress
Paris, Ile de France
LIN, Finn Geipel (partner in charge), Giulia Andi, Ali Saad + Heiko Walth, Andrea ALESSIO, Marie-Elsa Batteaux, Nathanelle Baes Cantillon, Agnes Billemont, Julien Brunet, Alice Crumeyrolle, Laura Delaney, Steffen Hsgele, John Klepel, Jan-Oliver Kunze, Amir Matallaoui, Florian Matho, Elena Pavilidou-rReisig, Alicia Peris, Judith Stichtenoth, BERLIN; Philosophy: Joseph Hanimann, Paris Urban strategy: Initial Design IND - Wilhelm Klauser, Berlin Urban theory: Kaye GEIPEL, Berlin Climate engineering: Matthias Schuler - Harvard University, Boston Mobility: Fabio Casiroli – SYSTEMATICA, Milano Micro-mobility: William J. Mitchell (†) - MIT Design Laboratory, Boston Ecology: Michael KLEYER - Landscape Ecology Group, UNIVERSITÄT Oldenburg, Oldenburg Philosophy 2: LILIANA ALBERTAZZI and François JULLIEN, Paris Urban history: Johannes Cramer - Chair for History of Architecture and Urban Design, TU Berlin, Berlin New typologies: LIA-TU Berlin - Finn Geipel, Vesta Nele Zareh, Richard Woditsch, Giulia Beretta, Yoann Fievet, Sonke Hartmann, Iris Lacourde, David Malaud, Tristan Zelic New typologies 2: MIT, design studio, Boston - Finn Geipel, Mark Watabe, Lara Davis, Najiyahedun, Rafael Luna, Joe Michael, Michelle Petersen, John Pugh, Alice Rosenberg, Laura Rushfeldt
Information design: Andreas Schneider, Institute for Information Design IIDJ, Tokyo Urban communication: Integral RUEDI BAUR, Paris, Zurich Media: Jean Michel Place, Paris VISUALISATION: DAVIDE ABBONACCI, Berlin Interactive model: WERK 5, Berlin Interactive animation: ANJIN ANHUT, Berlin
Team 2 2009-
Urban Design: LIN, Finn Geipel, David Levain, Fabienne Boudon, Lou Bellegarde, Andrea Alessio, Agnes Billemont, Marie-Charlotte Dalin, John Klepel, Thibaut Pierro. Research: Vesta Nele Zareh - LIA TU Berlin Philosophy: Joseph Hanimann, Paris Urban strategy: Initial Design IND - Wilhelm Klauser, Berlin Climate engineering: Matthias Schuler - Harvard University, Boston Mobility: Fabio Casiroli - SYSTEMATICA, Milano Ecology: Michael Kleyer, - Landscape Ecology Group, UNIVERSITAT OLDENBURG, Oldenburg River ecology: Stephan Pflugmacher Lima, Berlin Geographical economy : Oliver Ibert – IRS, Berlin Regional development: REIMAR MOLITOR, Cologne; Communication: Blotto Design, Berlin