71st edition
 
SEPTEMBER 2020
ENG

NEWS

11 Sep

SLOW MOVING LANDSCAPE

Jordi Bellmunt, from the Spanish landscape architecture firm B2B Architects, will be at the ECOtechGREEN International Forum to review best practices in people mover mobility as a development factor of small urban landscapes.

Automated people mover mobility (APM) in the landscape represents a new element in urban planning, providing social opportunities and ecological challenges. Through a series of case studies, best practices in this field will be outlined by Jordi Bellmunt, founder of Barcelona-based B2B Architects. Two major benefits provided by new types of people movers will be highlighted. These are the eco-friendly enhancement of the urban fabric, with both unexpected and unexplored results, as well as a tool for the development of a new kind of socialisation. The research into new systems of slow mobility has brought out the need to rethink it in a sustainable way. This new approach, combined to a greater attention to the everyday environment, will be a major challenge in the landscapes of future.
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