The Preliminary Program has been released for the 3–day Congress with a wide range of topics to be covered involving ‘Transforming Water’.
Speakers from USA, China, Iran, Netherlands, Korea, Australia will give presentations. Download the Preliminary Program
Registration will be avaliable from the 10th of March, 2008.
Delegation Fees are as follows:
· 3-day Conference pass € 480,- Early bird fee € 380,-*
· 1-day Conference pass € 260,-
· 3-day Student pass € 150,-
· 1-day Student pass € 50,-
· 1-day Excursion pass € 45,-
· Social Program (Incl. Diner) € 75,-
The stand-alone mall isn’t dead. It’s just dysfunctional. That was one of the sentiments expressed at an Urban Land Institute panel that tackled the question, “Can stand-alone malls survive?” The question was posed Thursday, during ULI’s annual Reinventing Retail conference at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
The comment about the dysfunctional nature of traditional stand-alone malls came from panelist Shaheen Sadeghi, founder of Costa Mesa, CA-based LAB Holding, a firm that eschews traditional malls in favor of projects like its youth-oriented “the Lab” in Costa Mesa, a center that the developer describes as an “anti-mall.”
Read more @ GlobeSt.com – ULI Asks: ‘Can Stand-Alone Malls Survive?’.
The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center announced the winner of the ninth annual MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program: WORK Architecture Company from New York.
This year, five finalists selected by a closed nomination process were asked to present an urban landscape for the large entrance courtyard of P.S.1, with the allotted project budget of $70,000.
Read more @ MoMA and P.S.1 Announce Young Architect Winner – Dexigner
464-acre site south of downtown Dallas has been chosen as the study area for the sixth annual ULI (Urban Land Institute,USA) Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition, an ideas competition for university students created to honor the legacy of urban development pioneer Gerald D. Hines, chairman of the Hines real estate organization and a laureate of the Urban Land Institute J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development.
Read more at ULI: Testing a New Generation