In modern urban life, temporary projects can inspire permanent solutions for urban planning and also fill an important role as facilitators for social and cultural activities, such as the streamlined and rational city often impede.
This conference took as point of departure, a critical review of the experiences from the grand temporary urban planning project: A-TZ, and furthermore joint discussions and panel debate on temporarity as an overall strategy of future urban development. Participants (app. 150) where a broad spectrum of urban planners, government officials, architects, students and other interested.
I was in charge of the development of the conference, as well as I participated in the conference as prime speaker, participant in the panel discussion and lead the conference on a city tour.