National Library of Estonia
June 13–16


Saturday September 22 2018

  • 02.02–02.02
    Building for Prosperity: Private Developers and the Western-European Welfare State. Cupola Hall (Kuppelsaal)

    ‘Uneasy Bedfellows’ Conceiving Urban Megastructures: Breeding consumer-citizens in British New Towns
    Janina Gosseye, University of Queensland


    Welfare as Consumption: The Role of the Private Sector in the Development of Oslo Satellite Town Centres
    Guttorm Ruud, Oslo School of Architecture and Design


    Negotiating the post-war Italian city: developers’ strategies, models and visions for the design of the ordinary city
    Gaia Caramellino, Politecnico di Milano


    A Trojan Horse for Private Investment: the Manhattan Plan for Brussels, 1962-1967
    Sven Sterken, KU Leuven


    Changing the skyline: How a network of developers, private enterprises and housing companies contribute to the realisation of an architect’s vision of the city – the case of Léon Stynen (1899-1990)
    Bart Tritsmans, Flanders Architecture Institute
    Bruno Notteboom, KU Leuven