Focus on Urban Innovation International Conference on human settlements and future cities opens in cloud

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 Focus on Urban Innovation International Conference on human settlements and future cities opens in cloud


Leading urban innovation with leading edge concept

The two international design masters respectively held special lectures, which attracted more than 20000 people to watch online. In his speech, Tom Mayne, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, proposed that in the face of globalization, architects and urban planners must consider integrating the concept of urbanization into nature as a driving force for urban development. Peter Ratz, a German industrial heritage designer, takes his classic works such as the North Duisburg Landscape Park as an example to describe the activation of abandoned industrial sites and facilities through design, highlighting the value of industrial culture, and driving the transformation and upgrading of the city. The famous domestic designers had a dialogue with the two masters to exchange different design philosophy and design techniques at home and abroad.

Presentation by Tom Mayne, winner of Pritzker Architecture Award

A dialogue between Zhu Kai and Li Xiangning

Peter Ratz and Tillman Ratz

Dialogue between Zhu Yufan, Bai Zuhua and Bo Hongtao

Keynote report: first class scholars and top design institutions collide

On the day of the opening ceremony, professors from several world-famous universities and senior executives from international enterprises published keynote reports from various perspectives to explore the concepts and methods of architectural design, urban design and urban renewal to adapt to future development.

Liu Hongzhi, senior vice president of AECOM Asia Pacific, thinks that the future city will be a city that combines imagination and computing power, and puts forward suggestions to improve the quality of public space by combining new technologies. Douglas Smith, global president of EDSA, shared the case of applying landscape architecture to hotel and tourism projects to achieve sustainable development. Malcolm Smith, global director of Arup (Arup) and academician of master planning and urban design, elaborated on urban design methods with sustainable development as the core and adapting to a variety of future.

Rich in content, future cities become key issues

The conference lasted 8 days, with rich contents and wide topics. In the coming week, more than a dozen theme forums and seminars will be held, and more than 150 guests from home and abroad will give speeches in the theme forums such as architectural design and urban style, residential area and real estate design, Park City, integration of leisure and tourism, public space planning and design, smart landscape and digital city. Among them, scholars from future city research institutions of MIT, Oxford University, Peking University and other universities will also conduct an in-depth thematic discussion on future cities. Various sub forums will be brilliant, and the new ideas and ideas generated by cross-border integration and ideological collision will provide important and practical enlightenment for human settlements construction and urban development. On the day of the opening ceremony, the 10th Yuanye cup award ceremony was also held to present awards to the university teachers and students, enterprises and institutions who participated in the international competition of Yuanye cup. Yuanye cup covers many fields such as urban planning, architecture, landscape, environmental art and so on. It is one of the largest and influential design competitions in the Asia Pacific region. Since its establishment, a group of young designers have been discovered every year by means of competition, which has greatly promoted the development of the industry and the innovation of the city. Source: editor in charge of mass news: Chen Tiqiang_ NB6485

The conference lasted 8 days, with rich contents and wide topics. In the coming week, more than a dozen theme forums and seminars will be held, and more than 150 guests from home and abroad will give speeches in the theme forums such as architectural design and urban style, residential area and real estate design, Park City, integration of leisure and tourism, public space planning and design, smart landscape and digital city. Among them, scholars from future city research institutions of MIT, Oxford University, Peking University and other universities will also conduct an in-depth thematic discussion on future cities. Various sub forums will be brilliant, and the new ideas and ideas generated by cross-border integration and ideological collision will provide important and practical enlightenment for human settlements construction and urban development.