Proactive Participation in Urban Space, with the Architect Eugen Pănescu

Proactive Participation in Urban Space, with the Architect Eugen Pănescu The long-term design experience in architecture, urban and territorial planning of the guest speaker at the May edition of the CGR Meetings, the architect and urban planner Eugen Pănescu, translates…

Negotiation of Normality … with Eugen Pănescu, Architect and Urban Planner

Negotiation of Normality … with Eugen Pănescu, Architect and Urban Planner The guest speaker at the May edition of the CGR Meetings is Eugen Pănescu, architect and urban planner, member of several professional forums in the field of architecture, urban…

Why is Spatial Planning Important? … Today

Why is Spatial Planning Important? … Today The most important motivation for the debate on 8th April 2019, which was initiated by the presentation given by Marcel Ionescu-Heroiu, Senior Urban Development Specialist at the World Bank, focused on the idea…

Why Is Spatial Planning Important?

Why Is Spatial Planning Important? Why is Spatial Planning Important? is the title of the next presentation hosted by the Centre for Regional Geography. Marcel Ionescu-Heroiu, Senior Urban Development Specialist at the World Bank, proposes a dialogue with all those…

Magnet Cities, a World Bank Report Discussed in the Geographical Academic Environment

Magnet Cities, a World Bank Report Discussed in the Geographical Academic Environment The findings of the report Magnet Cities. Migration and Commuting in Romania were presented on the 21st of March 2019 also at the Centre for Regional Geography as…

How Attractive Are the Romanian Cities? – A New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings”

How Attractive Are the Romanian Cities? – A New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings” A new presentation in the series of “CGR Meetings” will be given by Dr. Marius Cristea, Consultant in the World Bank’s office in Bucharest,…

CREATONVIL

2019-2020 – HERITAGE AND URBAN RENEWAL: CREATIVE SPACES, INCLUSIVE CULTURE AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT   Project code: CREATONVIL/17-AUF Project funded under PN III Programme/ Sub-programme 3.1. Bilateral/multilateral/ Module AUF-RO Implementation Period: 1 March 2019 – 30 December 2020 Project Budget for…

An “Intelligent” Debate on Urban and Territorial Planning

An “Intelligent” Debate on Urban and Territorial Planning On Thursday, 28 February 2019, the Centre for Regional Geography hosted the third event in the series of CGR Meetings. The event was marked by the presentation on Intelligent Territories given by Claudiu-Daniel…

The Centre for Regional Geography – Partner in a Research Consortium Focused on Creative Urban Spaces

The Centre for Regional Geography – Partner in a Research Consortium Focused on Creative Urban Spaces The Centre for Regional Development, Cross-border Studies and Territorial Planning (CDR-START) within the West University of Timişoara (Timişoara, Romania) in partnership with the Centre…

The Series of “CGR Meetings” Continues with a Debate on Intelligent Territories

The Series of “CGR Meetings” Continues with a Debate on Intelligent Territories A new debate on territorial development will be held on Thursday, February 28, 2019, at 4 p.m., at the headquarters of the Centre for Regional Geography, 5-7 Clinicilor…