Structures / Processes
Prague: New Structures for an Old Town
Modern urban planning in an historical city of culture.
One of the key projects of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development (IPR Prague) is the development of the “Metropolitan Plan”, which regulates land use in a more unified but also more sustainable manner: a plan more resilient to constant change on the ground. The newly founded Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning, CAMP, is responsible for communicating with Prague residents and has already become a space for urgent discussions. Experts from Prague and Berlin will discuss the new “Metropolitan Plan” and the interaction between city and residents. Can Berlin find inspiration in Prague’s new planning structures?