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Inclusive City

The strategy of forthcoming years will more and more based on attaining a local cohesin capable of leading every community towords growth that is accessible to all and shared; a pathway that unwinds throught the fight against poverty and inequality, the support  for education and the extension of responsability, restoring the picture of an open, dynamic, but above all genuienly democratic society.

Such results on the economic and social level are reflected in the planning of an urban space without  phisical or cultural barriers, through the insertion of places for meeting and comparison, not only in now established cities but also and especially in the suburban areas that most need such attention.

The displays in the exhibition range from example  of new European squares, the opening of industrial areas, the upgrading of waterfront and on the plan for the social upgrading of the Colombian city of Medellin, which has managed in four years to improve the fate of a city considered one of the most destitute in the world.


01 _ CAIXA FORUM, Madrid, Spain - Herzog & De Meuron

02 _ METROPOL PARASOL. Redevelopment of Plaza de la Encarnacion, Sevilla, Spain - Jurgen Mayer H. Architects

03 _ SOCIAL URBANISM IN MEDELLIN, INTEGRAL URBAN PROJECT, Medellin, Colombia - Alejandro Echeverri Arquitectos

04 _ CENTRO POLIFUNZIONALE SNOS, Turin, Italy – Studio Granma Architetti Associati

05_ SOUTH EAST COASTAL PARK AND AUDITORIUMS, Barcellona, Spain – FOA (Foreign Office Architects)

06 _ SUPERKILEN MASTER PLAN, Copenhagen, Denmark – BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group)

07 _ CHRISTUS CHURCH IN DONAU CITY, Wien, Austria - Heinz Tesar