Prospectives visions for Greater Geneva

Inhabiting the City-Landscape of the 21st Century

Urban-architectural and landscape consultation for the ecological transition of urban territories

7 teams selected for Great Geneva to accelerate ecological transition

  • MÉTABOLISER LES INVISIBLES
    Matthias Armengaud – AWP agence de reconfiguration territoriale, Marc Armengaud – AWP agence de reconfiguration territoriale, Martin Rein-Cano – TOPOTEK 1, Dieter Dietz – Laboratoire ALICE-EPFL
  • MILLE ET UNE MACHINES
    Stefano Boeri – Michel Desvigne – Michel Desvigne Paysagiste; Pier Paolo Tamburelli – Baukuh; Klaas De Rycke – Bollinger+Grohmann; Rawad Choubassi – Systematica
  • ENERGY LANDSCAPE
    Oscar Buson – Studio BLB Zurich, Lorenz Eugster – Architecture du paysage et urbanisme, Prof. Sascha Roesler - Istituto di storia e teoria dell’arte di architettura (ISA) et Università della Svizzera italiana (USI), Giulia Scotto – Urban Studies-Université de Bâle, Guido Rindsfüser – Emch+Berger, Thiébaut Parent – Drees&Sommer
  • CONTRÉES RESSOURCES
    Nathalie Mongé – Atelier Apaar, avec Raphaël Niogret, Séraphin Hirtz et Thomas Bolloinger, David Martin – Sofies, Sébastien Munafò – 6t-mobilité, La fabrique de l'espace, avec la Team Academy de la Hes-so Valais Wallis
  • DU SOL ET DU TRAVAIL: LA TRANSITION, UN NOUVEAU PROJET BIOPOLITIQUE
    Paola Viganò
    – Habitat Research Center HRC, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) avec Roberto Sega, Vincent Kaufmann, Alexandre Buttler et Luca Pattaroni, avec l' Université de Neuchâtel, L'Institut Terre-Nature-Environnement - Pascal Boivin – HEPIA - HES-SO Genève, l’ Université de Berne , l’Université de Groningen et l’ Université catholique de Louvain

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Call for proposals

At the initiative of the Braillard Architectural Foundation, a consortium of partners launches an architectural, landscape architecture and town planning consultation under the title «Prospective visions for the Greater Geneva. Living in the 21st century city-landscape». Thanks to its international and interdisciplinary nature, the ambition of this initiative calls for knowledge and scenarios to be produced on the urban evolution for the Greater Geneva agglomeration by 2050. It relies on the three pillars of sustainability: environmental, social and economic.

On this website, you will find all the informations concerning the procedure, as well as the instructions and the documents for the candidates.

Collaborators

Canton and Republic of Geneva, Metropolitan pole of the french Geneva region, Industrial Services of Geneva (SIG), Federation of Swiss Architects (FAS), Federation of Architects and Engineers (FAI) of Geneva, Swiss Federation of town planners (FSU), Swiss Heritage Geneva and the Council of Architecture, Town planning and Environment of the Haute-Savoie (CAUE74).

The Consultation is launched under the egis of the United Nations Environment Programme and under the high patronage of the Federal Office for Spatial Development.