March 27 – 30, 1992

31 participants from 13 countries (3 participants from outside Europe)

Contributions:

  • “Introduction to the Congress Topic”,
    Marco Venturi, Professor of Urbanistics, University of Venice, Italy
  • “Case Study Berlin”,
    Peter Zlonicky, Professor of Urban Design, University of Dortmund, Urs Kohlbrenner, Urban Planner and Architect, Berlin, Gernot Blomeyer, Architectural Critic, Berlin, Germany
  • “Case Study Amsterdam”,
    Ab Oskam, Director Amsterdam City Planning Department, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • “Developolis – the Danger of a New Type of Uniformity – an Issue that Belongs to the Future, in the Case of Romania”, Stefan Grecianu, Romania
  • “New Directions in the Socio-Spatial Development of the Historic City of Klausenberg”, Maria Mihat, Romania
  • “Development of the Ancient Quarters in Maglaj, Sarajevo, and Gradacac”, Branka Dimitrijevic, Yugoslavia
  • “The Identity of the Architectural Heritage of Bucharest”,
    Mihai Opreanu, Romania
  • “Small is Divers? City Size and Uniformity; Madrid, a Case Study”, Enrique Calderon, Spain
  • “Case Study Warsaw”, Hendryk Drzewiecky, City Architect of Warsaw, Poland
  • “Case Study Tel Aviv”, Adam Mazor, Professor of Planning, Technion, Haifa; Director of the Institute of Urban Studies, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • “Public Private Partnership”,
    Werner Heinz, Senior Researcher, Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik, Cologne, Germany
  • “SCUPAD’92 Closing Session: Conclusions”, NN

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