Die neo-europäische Stadt
Ein Manifest der Generation Y für eine neue Leipzig Charta
Format: 14,8 x 21,0 cm
Publishing year: 2017
The Leipzig Charter on Sustainable European Cities – proclaiming and asking for a more integrated urban development in European cities – was published 10 years ago. Today, the Charter is being put to the test, and with it the still young approaches and experiences of integrated urban development in Germany and many other EU Member States. Resulting from critical discussion – specifically in university teaching and a national winter school held in 2016/2017 – on the status quo and the future of the Charter. In this contribution young planners and designers of the generation Y question existing hirarchies, and self-confidently formulate their position as a Manifesto for the Neo-European City: for a humane urban development in Europe.