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Conflict of interest: urban planning caught between world heritage and growth pressures

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
Plenary / Debate
german language

Historical city centres are held to be worthy of preservation. The label “World Heritage Site” imposes restrictions on planning and conserves both material and immaterial patrimony. The redesign of Vienna’s Heumarkt district is a typical example of urban planning conflicts in a designated World Heritage Site. How can cities develop without damaging their historic heritage? How can we achieve a balance between preservation and renewal?

Director, Vienna Design Week, Vienna
President, Icomos Austria, St. Florian; President, Scientific Committee on Theory and Philosophie of Conservation and Restoration, ICOMOS International, Florenz; former State Curator for Upper Austria
Freelance architecture journalist, Der Standard, Vienna
Chair, German Federal Foundation of Baukultur, Potsdam

Mag. Lilli HOLLEIN

Director, Vienna Design Week, Vienna

Magistra, Industrial Design, University of Applied Arts Vienna Curator, Vienna; Krems; Berlin Austrian Commissioner, Sao Paulo Architecture Biennial, Sao Paulo Founding Partner, Neigungsgruppe Design, Vienna
1999
2002-2007
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Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Wilfried LIPP

President, Icomos Austria, St. Florian; President, Scientific Committee on Theory and Philosophie of Conservation and Restoration, ICOMOS International, Florenz; former State Curator for Upper Austria

Doctorate with Hans Sedlmayr, Salzburg Habilitation, Lodron University of Salzburg Federal Monuments Authority Austria; State Conservation Upper Austria State Curator for Upper Austria, Linz Lecturer, University of Arts and Industrial Design Linz Lecturer, Paris Lodron University of Salzburg Honorary Professor, Catholic Private University Linz President, ICOMOS Austria, St. Florian Vice President, ICOMOS International, Paris Executive Committee Member, ICOMOS International, Paris
 Studies of Architecture, then History of Art and Ethnology as subsidary
 
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since 1970
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since 1981
since 1986
since 2005
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DI Maik NOVOTNY

Freelance architecture journalist, Der Standard, Vienna

Studies in architecture and urban planning, Stuttgart; Delft works in architecture and urban planning for practices, Vienna Co-founder, eastmodern.com - online archive for post-war modernism in Eastern Europe Architecture journalist, Falter, Vienna Architecture journalist, Der Standard and other media, Vienna Lecturer, Institute for Spatial and Sustainable Design, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna Researcher on social housing, Richard Rogers Fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Design, London
1993-2000
2000-2017
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since 2009
since 2010
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2017

Array Reiner NAGEL

Chair, German Federal Foundation of Baukultur, Potsdam

Diploma, Studies of Architecture Traineeship Urban Development, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg Consultant to the Chief Planning Director Prof. E. Kossak, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg Officer for Urban Development, Senate Chancellery, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg Member of the Management Body, HCH - HafenCity Hamburg GmbH, Hamburg Member, German Academy for Urban and Regional Spatial Planning, Berlin Member of the Board, Hamburg Architectural Association, Hamburg Head of Department for Urban Development and Public Space Planning, Departement of Urban Development, Berlin Senate, State of Berlin Lecturer, Urban Design, Technische Universität Berlin Curatorship, National Urban Development Policy
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