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Thursday, April 5 • 9:10am - 10:35am
TH9.10.18 Vertical Urbanisms and the Regulatory Production of Urban Volumes

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This panel aims at contributing to the debates about the diversity of “vertical urbanisms” (Harris, 2014) and vertical patterns of urbanization. It will do so by unpacking the complex relationship between regulatory frameworks that produce and distribute the rights to built in the air or underground with the dynamics of capital accumulation through the built environment. This panel seeks to explore the lesser-known diversity of policies, rules and regulations that allow for the vertical expansion of the urban fabric and the conflicts and controversies it entails with a socio-technical approach.

Moderator: Gillad Rosen, Hebew University in Jerusalem 

A Socio-Technical Approach to Contemporary Verticalization in Paris 
Martine Drozdz, East Paris University

Reaching New Heights: Post-Politicizing High-Rise Planning in Jerusalem 
Igal Charney, University of Haifa; Gillad Rosen, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Transfer of Building Rights: The Perverse Effects of the “Compensation” Mechanism in Rome 
Aurélien Delpirou, Urban Planning School of Paris

Governing the Towers Projects in the European “Second City” The Case of Lyon, France 
Manuel Appert, Lyon University; Maxime Huré, University of Geneva; Christian Montes, Lyon University

Highrise Buildings, Urban Tissue and Urban Regulation: Some Questions in São Paulo
Manoel Rodrigues Alves, Universidade de São Paulo

Thursday April 5, 2018 9:10am - 10:35am EDT
Linden (Mezzanine Floor)