European and Asian Sustainable Towns, the publication related to EAST project is available.
The publication was edited by Pascaline Gaborit and published by P.I.E Peter Lang International Academic Publishers in June 2014.Read more...
Basildon hosted EAST last expert's panel
During three days, from the 19th to the 21st of March, Basildon council hosted the third and last panel of experts organized in the framework of EAST project. Delegates from Europe and Asia as well as experts discussed about the development of new towns or mature towns as some European cities already developed since the 1950s. It was a great opportunity to share the experience of Basildon which is undertaking the redevolpment of its housing stock and of its city center. The presentations and the minutes of the meeting will shortly be available.
Project Management Team
Project Management Team
European New Towns Platform/Pilot cities
Ms. Pascaline Gaborit, director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Edoardo Guglielmetti,project coordinator, email@example.com
Ms. Susanne Wander, finance officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Lauriane Lahéry, project officer, email@example.com
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International Workshop in Naya Raipur
This event, which is a part of the EAST project and co-financed by the European Commission, was hosted by the NRDA, Naya Raipur Development Authority. It ended with an international Jury which identified relevant ideas among the different projects, all of high quality. The workshop has been organized following different themes that arose from the spaces of interaction between things in India: between buildings and the street, between people, functions, cultures, between the urban and the rural speeds and ways of life.
Following the methodology developed by Les Ateliers, each workshop ends with the presentation by the three multidisciplinary teams of participants in front of a “jury”. The members of the jury were chosen by Naya Raipur Development Authority, ENTP (as EAST lead partner) and Les Ateliers. Their mission is not to classify the teams’ proposals, but to identify the most relevant ideas and elements of all the projects and indicate the ones which could/should be considered for implementation by the local authorities. Therefore, the jury takes part in the process of collective production and could be considered the 4th team of the workshop.
The first part of a well illustrated and documented session book is available here