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"To live, the city is in perpetual evolution and transformation. Today more than ever, with the evolution of lifestyles, urban practices and mobility, but also with the new challenges related to climate issues, the city must adapt. The time in between is more frequent, more visible, but also more restrictive and less understandable for those who live in or visit the city.
This is the challenge of this meeting, organized on the occasion of the publication of the study conducted under the direction of Nodesign, which for the first time draws up an international report on the design of the city in transformation, and proposes an analysis and avenues for improvement to accompany the city in the making and move from a time of suffering to a time of acceptance.
9H00 – Reception
9H30 – Introduction
Jean-Louis Frechin, Designer, Nodesign
9H35 – What aesthetics for the city in transformation?
Emmanuel Grégoire, First Deputy Mayor of Paris, in charge of urban planning, architecture and Greater Paris
9H55 – What aesthetics for large urban projects?
Francois Decoster, Architect-urbanist, L'AUC
Régine Charvet-Pello, Designer, RCP
10H20 – What aesthetics for temporary equipment in the identity of cities?
Patrick Jouin, Designer
10H35 – What aesthetics for experimentation?
Isabelle Daëron, Designer
Caroline Naphegyi, Founder of Design for Change