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thank you bye nice thank you very much good day uh thank you for it
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being here it's in order for us we would like to think there
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committee and the phone this young girl are for selecting our proposal and we're excited
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to be part of this dialogue we believe that um uh uh uh uh
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this is an important context for for developing essentially
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the discipline of territorial reception territorial design
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uh we re uh the team of a rationale based on solid greater genuine it slant
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it's focused around the notions of property ecology and identity
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and i would like to start there with this little vignettes by an unknown artist dating three
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thus we came across it shows apparently voltaire and
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rousseau a french migrant antigen even citizen
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who were known as rivals it their lifetime but they are
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shown in this image as a reconcile together and
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they are walking in pigeon even countryside and possibly they're
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discussing goodyear seminole ideas on nature on ecology
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on the character of the social contract and the common good and those are
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essentially the questions bit bit we would also like to approach once again in our project so
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to to start with the kind of questions inspired by by this uh
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i mean it what should be the features of the cross
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border thinking and acting in planning integrated training about today
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what is the status of the countryside and the land
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in the metropolitan region cross border metropolitan region
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and can we possibly rating would bunny station and we've been transformation as
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process is bit are in agreement with nature and environment and not
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in a in a kind of opposition to them so
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ah once again to uh introduce our team uh we are
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uh uh uh really there's my name is melissa to
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fluent advocate i should take so in the room professor at the university of looks
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my name's roughly mm phone important or from bureau
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says small fees for architecture and urbanism sir
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and it to david you a wide thirteen off for a experts at collaborators associates
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my name is mark assessor i'm a professor of oven studies at the
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university of luxembourg with a background in geography and special planning
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because kentucky's postdoctoral researchers at the university of uh luxembourg
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and they don't pop and i'm a researcher and architect that
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uh the professor type of gesture to teach them
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i think it's so to uh and um explain our
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uh our structure uh based uh into cities in
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zurich any luxembourg in uh organised informal uh a triangle
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figure to say so with three core groups
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uh at a a cluster in um uh we
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look some work cluster in e. t. h.
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zurich department of architecture and i wanted to office impact this at their own peril
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and the team uh uh use complex it the
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it has a more than m. twenty people
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uh uh a couple of uh institutes are involved and uh
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i would like to mention for example institute of geography
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spatial planning at the university of looks him work
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a research unit in engineering sciences and at the th
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um colleagues um at a yeah a u. t. h. one forum institute for housing
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research that we are excited to collaborate with and also have from um
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a junior but uh we are very excited to have the
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um to to be in the conversation with the uh um mister peter last week or
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construct or off the a dungeon and we're looking forward to the our dialogue
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and also some of our old collaborators for instance the group uh action you know five five hundred
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uh and others that uh uh that we will be excited to talk to uh in the coming a
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year or year and a half uh i would like to emphasise the d. c. team um
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is it interesting or for as this particular grouping was interesting because um
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uh uh we share uh some uh a common interests uh
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uh partly it is the scale of the work so we uh we have worked
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uh both in let's see would've been in territorial scales in territorial research
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uh we share experiences we'd cross border context we
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have worked in several cross border cities
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a journey lies among them but also looks aboard and singapore so the
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kind of uh a small cities or city states to say soul
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and we are a a committee to tall interdisciplinary work and particularly to
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the nexus with geography with urban economy one ecology and art
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uh_huh so to to start with our first proposal
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c. t. v. the land the notion of the land is a key
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concepts that they put forward to which the project is deployed
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uh it is sometimes you was the the notion of the land is something is used as a synonym
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also overlapping with the notion of territory it is
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a poly semantic cause sit with many meanings
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enjoying you on is a unique city historically geographically politically and
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i am matt starting perhaps a maze than i think it is not the cohesive there's the geneva
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is precisely a city where this idea off land
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in territory has been debated at the
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highest level of intelligence by people such as a
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cloud office down who is still uh and
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uh jane even citizen philosopher job or for who spoke of the editor in terms of
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borders and power relations then also on the recordable when
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historian who lived in genuine overall out of
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a land or territory as upon him c'est of material traces in
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social brecht this is so very different understanding of the land
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and perhaps i can also mentioned john berger writer and philosopher who leave the in nasa
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why have region and rolled among other things about the disappearance of the real world
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of the peasantry in the peasant world view in the contemporary world and was
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inspired let's say by this wider context of the june even countryside
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so our first proposal c. t. v. the land is illustrated in this
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uh let's a conceptual image but we made for the occasion
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and it uh has two elements the first uh drawing
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in the centre is the uh is the famous
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a plan for the count on or geneva but more display i've made in the nineteen thirties
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and secondly you see in the scale the relation with
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the actual boundary of the greater geneva to behave
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and there is something extraordinary about the plan of bray are he
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understood the debt to g. anyway specific and that land is
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part of the c. d. on that land has been kind
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of absorbed within the we're been figure and he proposes
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precisely to plan the c. t. v. the land to
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make the other cultures surface literally part of
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the organ program not only other culture but also nature the forest and so on so
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today he if we're in there he into a dungeon have we need
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to perhaps expand the stinking we believe will much larger area
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we need to
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thank the footprints of on a culture and of nature and the forest and so on to treat
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them as part of your bum program and you know they extend the thinking of re are
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uh to this much larger figure it's a it's a challenge for the twenty
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first century and i i think very much aligned with the um
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a question of ecological a transition that has been post
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and it is also interesting to remember that but but i yeah i'm uh i'm
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paul is this a question as a also problem of planning rules
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so he understood that it's impossible to do was such a man were
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without changing bill the rules and that uh for instance access to
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land by public institutions in kind of changing the regulations of on
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the land is crucial in order to articulate a different vision
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so this uh a question uh off the city with the
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land has also been captured in the keys is by
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studio boss still a a published this part of the
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switzerland that would bump or train two thousand five
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and what a studio boss if it's shown is that there is between the tool jenny was
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the one that is uh uh uh uh let's say a comp but the historical city
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uh uh and the other one the genie bought at the foot of the genre in
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the alps the the other jenny but there is a a a finger off
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of the genie again countryside which is captured in between and which um
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ah let's see it talks about the the kind of a longer
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a a specific history of of development of this territory
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so uh uh once again uh this uh a
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finger or shoals very clearly that if we're
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looking at this letter point the region we're looking at the very specific figure where land
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uh he's fundamentally part of the region and we can not think
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of the kind of would've been quotation only in terms of
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the built up area we have to think of it both in terms of the built indian below in terms of uh
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uh oh it's it's social space and ecological space and it is interesting
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that um uh this condition all lines perhaps very well with the
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uh agendas of the hunter was seen that we're also debating in this context
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a land within the c. t. is today uh
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also can be understood is a crucial opportunity
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city with a large amount of land uh has an advantage in
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terms of what security for example in terms of resource security
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in terms of um uh let's see men wearing space so these are the kind of
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different uh teams that uh uh can uh be explored in this context and
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to go further we're proposing three ways of approaching bland in our project
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the first would be articulated for the notion of property
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uh and also regulations of the first there was property
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uh we can uh use straight uh approach to property
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in many different ways this is just one specific illustration from this
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large uh uh a region uh off a a greater geneva
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it illustrates uh uh the image illustrates a
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specific problem of uh uh um um
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uh uh let's eight counties side uh as profoundly stable as protected
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as a image as a picture s. which uh is uh
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a stable uh uh uh uh who over very long periods of time uh
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uh however uh uh it is also stable is that would been figure however we know that
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the life uh in such settlements is profoundly would
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when it is international scene of the countryside
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is a a is a is a a a part of a off kind of up a picturesque a
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back drop which is a which represents a kind of a high current seen this territory so uh
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in order to put it into the kind of relations
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between the built in and built between the the
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the let's it would've been fabric and the land which which exists here we have to perhaps
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a change or perhaps think of changing the rules perhaps think
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of a more productive ways in which we can link
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uh the the uh housing in the land perhaps we can um
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uh think of examples of a a new kinds of property let's see return to some forms
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of the common property perhaps there are opportunities uh that can be identified for such changes
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or a week with that thing for a a a a new kinds
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of regulations that with the allow uh also uh uh um
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i'll call you types of farming let's say that kind of we're been cooperative
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farming or what uh what might be called a kind of a
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gentlemen farming i mean let's it's such forms are are perhaps very
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attractive but they're not uh allowed yonder uh current rules
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uh and then also be quite that perhaps imagine as a a
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countryside as a as a form of fun um um
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uh we've been leisure area on this is also an important function for
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which uh uh uh it's a a huge uh energy exists
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but is also not so not something which is actively supported within
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the current frameworks the second way uh off approaching plant
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uh would be the notion of ecology and uh on their this notion we could ask
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ourselves how is the nature in this matter point the region actually produced so
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if i'm looking at this picture i'm not perhaps entirely sure but i i would
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yes that such a uh let's see attractive edge of the field
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with the can now is produced a tool ecological a compensation mechanism
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uh it is a question whether those tools that we currently have
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give us the actual forms of nature that we desire
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uh the question is what do they amount to you know whether uh whether
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they uh they form a kind of a meaningful and large uh bodies
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a date to preserve resources that support you diversity
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the question is also for example how those
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forms of nature we'd be in the metropolitan figure
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extend a up the mounting a ranges
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ah what are what are the things that are created and finally uh that they're the way in which
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we want to speak about the problematic of land is
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uh uh the notion of identity uh um
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we're here in a complex region uh uh uh uh between the two countries
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a different religions between the the kind of local and international populations
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this is for instance the um a village centre of um
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a century yeah and it is interesting that uh this is
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uh actually also the image doesn't show you that
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this is the fastest growing town in the french geneva that uh has a huge amount of population that
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the actual kind of topology that is being developed there are are perhaps four
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or five or six story uh dwellings at the periphery of this village
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um and also uh uh we uh we understand
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that that uh that uh uh jean
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avian pretty sure is is more than just the prefer it is a very specific
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situational also profoundly international and something that supports
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the uh uh uh uh a character of geneva as a international centre
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in uh in very important ways this is for instance uh
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uh one of this certain facility is it's a cryogenic
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could test facility uh close to sergeant beep we
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uh and uh um it uh it is uh uh uh let's say of working
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base uh or of a probably a hundred different nationalities so how do we
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uh as a matter of fact combine uh i use uh is
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it different social and spatial realities into something which is
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which is productive uh uh for a junior in the future so
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uh i now uh precisely indiscretion by uh marcus yes
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okay the music um um reminds us to be rather quick
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so the geography contribution to this project will actually
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um be based on what i've learned from an ongoing research project i'm currently
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doing that brings together the the city and state of luxembourg with g. d. vinyl so singapore
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studying what we call our relations cities these are cities that have been
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i'm going to tremendous uh is recent historical
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trajectory becoming um global if you want
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but are relatively small and we're trying to reconstruct how these uh places
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ah manage that one and second i what does it mean for
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local organisation but it only for planning issues for how
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to deal with land and housing and other issues this is
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the question we are uh dealing with and um
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we have some um explanatory factors for reconstruction of for the
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reconstruction of the way how these bases became evident
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and um no time to go into detail but i think it's uh it's quite important that they
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um we're using a a sort of position nutty overlaps between different systems
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um that they actually could develop without a big intel and
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and then make it international and then also global relations
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and if we would just give you an example this is something that we observe in luxembourg
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that the big institution the big european institutional was also the financial market place
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these are sort of white elephants that are in every room
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where it is uh discussed about urban planning issues
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but they are not openly addressed it was interesting to listen this morning to
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the united nations and if you know a little bit about geneva
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uh as when we started all project which became quite clear
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that the big institution the global institutions in this city
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this relatively small today could be one and two point one starting point to do this research on what
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does lend me what can let me in and the other question
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is of course if we have an international g. u. r.
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one question would also then be in terms of land in terms of housing uh what about the other
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geneva does it exist and in how far in in how far do the two different systems interact
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we could come from a limit dominique we must come you're
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going to go from up more live i'm just
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should the public at the city motion not as william polyphonic recommended more
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life onto custard pool for moose room for hostess it's on sale
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ask uh you look a stronger so what custom custom to so long force of a bit but the house
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was low wooden flawed on the most simple clear uh that you have a clear customs lose more
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i guess come along was not should take fly or tool to to fall the spectrum of
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flow to affect the market to defer to have it all the scallop lulu colours uh
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as collective look real code is on the cover up who who approval intimates my boast
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along better now you bought the numbers of circuit one cup that one set
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user puzzle double don't suppose a lot the
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so the public just what do we come in a little small lose most on t. v.
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don't cool move not complex also gave the model told to you
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and the coupon concepts for law so says censored um
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it it it but i also so ah so i'm telling some concern aspect component but could
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could be on the barker a backroom a function of possible i'm also known feature was
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use a modest would chew curve where you law on the tall eloquence compose with the the
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put to deplore shape to do an evil plot could lose a bit don't please
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and so the lure of a lot much more complex would do well in
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the top twenty school to lose more some some and you do it
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it's a city it's a uh it's you'll offered serum someplace soup come
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an emotional look the function most issues boss go on it
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Conference program

Discours d'introduction
Michael Moller, Directeur général de l'Office des Nations Unies à Genève
11 Dec. 2018 · 9:10 a.m.
Discours d'introduction
Gabriel Doublet, Vice-président du Pôle métropolitain du Genevois français
11 Dec. 2018 · 9:19 a.m.
Discours d'introduction
Antonio Hodgers, Président du Conseil d'Etat, Conseiller d'Etat (DT)
11 Dec. 2018 · 9:27 a.m.
Discours d'introduction
Panos MANTZIARAS, Directeur de la Fondation Braillard Architectes
11 Dec. 2018 · 9:37 a.m.
La Grande Traversée
Franck Hulliard
11 Dec. 2018 · 9:53 a.m.
Mille et une Machines
Stefano Boeri
11 Dec. 2018 · 10:59 a.m.
Métaboliser les invisibles
Matthias Armengaud
11 Dec. 2018 · 11:47 a.m.
Contrées Ressources
Nathalie Mongé
11 Dec. 2018 · 3:34 p.m.
Conclusion de la journée de Séminaire
Panos MANTZIARAS, Directeur de la Fondation Braillard Architectes
11 Dec. 2018 · 5:22 p.m.

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