Le centre-ville de Vaulx-en-Velin – Bilans et prospectives à plusieurs échelles

Le centre-ville est aujourd’hui considéré comme «un quartier comme un autre», il subit la logique de frontières physiques fortes caractéristique du découpage du territoire vaudais en quartiers clairement identifiés et identifiant. Or, le centre ville comme centralité se doit de dépasser cette logique de quartier pour être un lieu attractif et identifié par l’ensemble de […]

Tenjin Meiji-dori Avenue District – The Future of a 3D High-street

At the request of the Tenjin Meiji-dori Ave. Development Council (MDC), INTA assembled a panel of experienced international practitioners in urban regeneration and planning to assist in the redevelopment of the central area of Fukuoka. Some of the panellists were already familiar with Japan and its cities, but the City of Fukuoka was new to […]

Hsinchu 3.0, City of the Future

Reflections stemming from the panel’s work in Hsinchu, focusing on development principles for the whole site and in particular for the new Campus. The whole area is branded “Hsinchu 3.0, City of the future” to describe a new type of development, integrating the latest notions and techniques of urban sustainability. Also a demonstration that a […]

Tainan – Sustainable Growth of Historical and Waterfront areas

A vision contributing to regional and national policy objectives Opportunity to contribute to the improvement of climate change and reduction of carbon emissions both being singled out by the Taiwanese Authorities as national and regional priorities. These objectives need the engagement of local authorities and of all territories As tomorrow is being shaped by today’s […]

INTA 33 – Innovation and Urban Sustainability

Identifying problems and coming up with solutions are at the basis of human success . Crisis and innovation are thus closely interlinked.The feeding ground for innovation is most fertile in state of crisis. “The bigger the problem, the bigger the need for new, viable ideas and thus the likelier the success of innovation.” (Mart Grisel) […]

INTA33 – Innovation in urban services

World wide, there are about 557 000 local authorities that gather talent and investment. It is the biggest market in the world, but too often the private sector neglects the importance of this huge market. Cities are not anymore able to relaunch their economy alone so they need new mecanisme and some innovative companies could […]

INTA33 – Innovation and mobility

New relationship with mobility The question of transportation and mobility has been submitted to radical changes of uses and values. Indeed we could notice a new time relationship with an increase of time of transportation. One a the answer for a better mobility in our cities could be to use more this time of transportation […]

INTA33 – Innovative Urban Environments: final congress statement

Cities play a pivotal role in national economic growth. Large conurbations, in particular benefit from a large and skilled labour force, economic of scale and the agglomeration of business activities, has the efficiency due to the clustering of firms of the given industry or related industries, as well as demand for intermediate and consumer goods […]