Final symposium LOST & FOUND of the project trAILS
The online-symposium LOST & FOUND on 1-2 March 2021 marks the end of the 3-year trAILs Interreg research project on the transformation of industrial brownfields in the Alps, led by the chair of Landscape Architecture and Industrial Landscapes.
Please register now for the participation in the international conference and the evening lectures via ZOOM here.
All registered participants will get get access to a free download of the 168-pages trAILs project handbook (PDF) and will be supplied with further information after the conference.
About the project
In the Alps, de-industrialization is leaving behind former productive landscapes of impressive size and complexity: Alpine Industrial Landscapes (AILs). Between 2018 and 2021, ten project partners generated significant knowledge about these brownfields, developing and testing sustainable transformation strategies. The multidisciplinary approach of trAILs combined expertise in spatial and landscape planning, socio-economic sciences and ecologic restoration while cooperating with local communities in Austria, Italy, France and Slovenia. trAILs wants to support local and regional stakeholders in the complex process of sustainable brownfield transformation.
The program of the symposium
At the symposium, starting on Monday, March 1st at 1:30 pm (via ZOOM), the specific approach of the trAILs project will be presented and discussed with experts and project partners from renowned European research and planning institutions. The aim is to share knowledge and experiences in order to deepen the understanding for the challenge of transforming industrial areas, embedded in the unique landscape of the Alps.
Evening Lectures (online via Zoom)
Monday, March 1st, 07:00 pm:
Professor Dr. Ellen Braae (University of Copenhagen): Transforming large industrial landscapes
Tuesday, March 2nd, 07:00 pm:
Professor em. Dr. Bernd Scholl (ETH Zurich): Test Planning. From Theory to practice
Find the detailed program below: