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Program schedule may be subject to change.

tuesday November 01

19:00 - 20:30
Rethinking the European City
The Trilogy of the European City - Part I
[ DogA ]

Thomas Sieverts, President of Europan, urban planner and researcher (DE)

Lecture and Debate

The economic crisis in Europe is launching a new trajectory for radical changes and new solutions in the planning of European cities. Thomas Sieverts, President of Europan Norway, is a German architecture and design theorist. This lecture presents Sieverts’ insight into new forms of European urbanity and creates a backdrop for the series of lectures at DogA and the Europan Forum itself.

Presented in English.

Wednesday November 02

19:00 - 21:00
The European City – an arena for activism?
The Trilogy of the European City - Part II
[ DogA ]

Liza Fior, Landscape architect, MUF Architects, London (UK)

Jens Brandt, Architect and urbanist, Supertanker, Copenhagen (DK)

Lecture and Debate

Two lectures discussing the issue of the current state of architectural (un)employment will be followed by a moderated debate. With the decline of traditional building commissions, a new breed of architect is emerging to confront the urban condition.

Presented in English.

Thursday November 03

09:00 - 11:00
The European Regional Urban Landscapes
Master class
[ AHO ]

Thomas Sieverts, President of Europan, urban planner and researcher (DE)

Lisa Diedrich, Architect, co-editor in chief of ‘SCAPE (DE)

Distinguished European profiles in the field of landscape and urbanism will invite a limited number of students to a conversation on the present and future of the European cities and territories.

Presented in English.

15:00 - 17:00
Social Architecture? – Interventions in Public Space
Master class
[ AHO ]

Lisa Fior, Landscape architect, MUF Architects, London (UK)

Jens Brandt, Architect and urbanist, Supertanker, Copenhagen (DK)

The master class will focus on architectural practice that does not primarily focus on design. Distinguished Distinguished European practitioners will invite a limited number of students to a conversation about the status of architecture as a social activity, and the potential of action and intervention in the public space of the city as an alternative to the predominant practice of architecture.

Presented in English.

17:00 – 20:00
[ DogA ]
20:00 - 22:00
The European City in Crisis?
The Trilogy of the European City - Part III
[ DogA ]

Christian Bundegaard, Consultant, MA History of ideas/Architecture, Copenhagen (DK)

Tone Huse, Writer, Tromsø (NO)

Frank McDonald, Journalist, Irish Times, Dublin (IE)

Kaye Geipel, Architectural critic, Bauwelt, Berlin (DE)

Mark Isitt, Architecture critic, Stockholm (SE)

Kieran Long, Journalist and architectural critic, London (UK)

Lecture and Debate

A panel of architecture critics will gather in conjecture about the urban spatial consequences of the European meltdown.

Presented in English.

Friday November 04

08:30 – 12:00
Architecture Excursion
Fjord City tour
[ Oslo Opera House – Aker Brygge – City Hall ]

Host: Municipality of Oslo Planning and Building Services

The morning begins at 08:30 with coffee in the lobby of the Oslo Opera House, a cultural cornerstone of Oslo’s waterfront development designed by internationally acclaimed Norwegian firm Snøhetta. Representatives from the Opera will begin with a presentation in the Main House. Following an introduction by Europan Norway, a presentation will be given by Stein Kolstø, Director of the Oslo Waterfront Planning Office. Presentations being at 09:00 sharp.

At 10:00, a boat tour will embark from the Opera House providing a unique opportunity to view Oslo’s Fjord City planning initiative from the water. The Fjord City development strategy aims to reconnect the city to the Oslo Fjord, and transform a once industrial harbour front into a mixed-use sustainable urban network. The boat tour will disembark at a pier in front of Oslo City Hall.

12:00 – 13:30
City Hall Reception and Lunch
Welcome address by Fabian Stang, Mayor of Oslo
[ City Hall ]

Inaugurated in 1950, Oslo City Hall was designed in the Functionalist style by architects Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulsson. The building’s interior and exterior are richly decorated - atypical of functionalist architecture - most notably with the paintings of Edvard Munch.

The Architecture Excursion boat tour will disembark at a pier in front of Oslo City Hall, where participants will proceed to the second level banquet hall for a welcome address by Mayor of Oslo Fabian Stang followed by lunch.

14:30 – 16:45
Lecture / Debate 1
The Adaptable City - Spaces / Uses
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Does the timeframe of uses influence the design of urban spaces?

14:30 – 15:00         Lecture 1             

Malleable city: an urban structure geared to the new timeframes of uses?

Luc GWIAZDZINSKI, Geographer planner, Paris (FR)
The concept of the malleable city requires the creation of adaptable urban projects, the deployment of a new urban ergonomics, and the development of new tools and techniques. This strategy contributes to the emergence of a new urban identity that is flexible in relation to time, space, and inhabitation.

15:00 – 15:30         Lecture 2

Urban regeneration through the lens of time: public spaces that evolve in time with programmes?

Liza FIOR, Landscape architect, MUF Architects, London (UK)

The urban regeneration of Barking, East London (UK)

MUF has developed urban strategies that successfully link public and private interests in order to develop economic and social potential for multiple public space uses.

15:30 – 16:00         Lecture 3

Temporary buildings for more sustainable development?

Vesta Nele ZAREH, Architect researcher, LIA Laboratory for Innovative Architecture, Berlin (DE)

To design buildings that are ‘temporary’ from the architectural, urban and socio-     economic point of view as a basis for ‘temporary conservation’ is a matter of designing ‘deconstructible building typologies that can be reused with minimal impact on their environment. Thus, these typologies will create the conditions for urban development that guarantee buildings that will not interrupt natural development, but will instead allow it to continue on a cyclical basis – establishing a temporary return to nature.


16:00 – 16:45         Debate  


Kristian BORRET, Architect (BE)

Aglaée DEGROS, Architect (NL),

EUROPAN Scientific Committee


With the participation of experts and lecturers:

Jean-Michel DEGRAEVE, Architect, Project leader of the absl House Urbanity, Lège (BE)

Olivier FAZAN MAGI, Architect planner, farra & fazan, Lausanne (CH), jury SUISSE

Alain GARÈS, General Director of the Local Public Planning Society “Grand Toulouse” (FR)

Lulzim KABASHI, Architect, ivanisin.kabashi.architects, Zagreb (HR), jury KOSOVO

Tamas LEVAI, Architect, Budapest (HU), jury HUGARY

Han MEYER, Professor of theory and methods of urban design at the TU-Delft Faculty, Rotterdam (NL), jury NETHERLANDS

Kari NYKÄNEN, Architect, Arkkitehdit m3, Oulu (FI), jury FINLAND

Marianne SÆTRE, Architect, Snøhetta architects, Oslo (NO), jury CROATIA
Hans THOOLEN, Urbane Quality Coordinator, Breda (NL), jury GERMANY

16:45 - 17:15
Coffee Break
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]
17:15 – 19:30
Lecture / Debate 2
The Adaptable City - City / Process
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

How to design urban development projects to fit in with urban rhythms?

17:15 – 17:45         Lecture 1

Recycling: can large segregated developments become part of the urban fabric?

The urban regeneration of the Mina Barcelona district (ES)

Sebastià JORNET, Architect and urban planner, Barcelona (ES)

La Mina, a development project situated west of the River Besòs, contains 2700 social housing units that are amongst the poorest in Barcelona’s urban area, with high levels of insecurity.  A large-scale urban design plan to open up the estate, which is surrounded by motorways, entails the creation of a large centralized public space, a ‘rambla’, combined with a reinforced street network to link the estate to the surrounding districts, and the building of a series of public and social amenities and services on the edges of the district. The apartment blocks are refurbished and new housing typologies introduced. By opening up the estate to a multiplicity of new urban practices and gradually changing its image, the eventual aim is to generate uses and social mix.

17:45 – 18:15         Lecture 2

Shrinking: downsizing as a basis for better redevelopment?

Example of a downsizing strategy in Selb (DE)

Helmut RESCH, Architect, Head of Planning for Selb Municipality (DE)

If the town of Selb must abandon some districts, the town center, on the contrary, needs to be densified and revitalised by appropriate measures as a place for the concentration of residential functions, retail outlets and services. The urban landscape needs to be radically improved and the infrastructure adapted to new requirements. This entails strengthening the quality and liveability of public space to give it the potential for recreational use, to make it more accessible and enhance its connections with the rest of the city. Open spaces need to be differentiated, divisions removed and the neglected parts of the landscape reoccupied.

18:15 – 18:45         Lecture 3

Creating a city-nature hybrid: evolving urban spaces?

The plans for the Saclay cluster (FR)

Michel SIKORSKI, Architect, XDGA Xaveer De Geyter architects, Brussels (BE)

There is an aspect to this project that is similar to an ‘action-research’ process: the success of the process demands a gradual accumulation of information in the development of the project. This contributes to the evolution of the area, crystallising it at certain points, changing it radically at others, while remaining conservative in the rest - and observing the process to make adjustments.

18:45 – 19:30         Debate


Chris YOUNES, Philosopher and teacher (FR)

Socrates STRATIS, Architect and teacher (CY)

EUROPAN Scientific Committee

With the participation of experts and lecturers:

Pedro BRANDÃO, Architect, Secretary-General Europan PORTUGAL (PT)

Damaly GASTINEAU-CHUM, General Delegate to the spatial strategy, Urban Community Plaine-Commune (FR)

Kaye GEIPEL, Architecture critic, Bauwelt, Berlin (DE), jury AUSTRIA

Mark ISITT, Critique of Architecture, Stockholm (SE), jury FINLAND

Michael RUDOLPH, Architect, Station C23, Leipzig (DE), jury GERMANY

Michel RUFFIEUX, Architect, Secretary-General Europan SWITZERLAND Vandœuvres / Geneva (CH)

Heinz SCHOETTLI, Director of Planning, City of Graz (AT)

Marianne SKJULHAUG, Rector, Architecture School of Bergen (NO), jury IRELAND

Tomasz ZEMLA, Deputy Chief Architect of the City of Warsaw, Secretary-General Europan POLAND

Saturday November 05

09:00 – 11:00
Working Group 1A
IDENTITY – From marginal status to a significant image
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Some sites require imagination to be transformed into meaningful places, as they are currently unoccupied, lacking specificity or tangible meaning. These sites need to be reclaimed as part of the city, either by connecting them to the existing fabric or by defining a new identity that citizens can appropriate, in order to avoid creating new enclaves. But in this change of identity, there is nevertheless the question of retaining existing remnants and protecting heritage.

Stéphane BONZANI
, Architect teacher, EUROPAN Technical Committee, Paris (FR)

English — French — German

Sites representatives:

LEEUWARDEN (NL): Werner BROUWER, Director Project Office Zuidlanden

PEJË/PEC (KO): Modest GASHI, Planner, Head of Planning Unit, Department of Planning, Municipality of Peja

SIMRISHAMN (SE): Maria ENGBERG, Architect of the City

WIEN (AT): Birgit HUNDSTORFER, Department of City Planning

Jury members:

Olle FORSGREN, Architect, City of Umeå (SE), jury SWEDEN

Kaye GEIPEL, Architecture critic, Bauwelt, Berlin (DE), jury AUSTRIA

Lulzim KABASHI, Architect, ivanisin.kabashi.architects, Zagreb (HR), jury KOSOVO

Karen VAN VLIET, Planner BGSV, Rotterdam (NL), jury NETHERLANDS

09:00 – 11:00
Working Group 2C
USES – From in-between places to shared spaces
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Here, the in-between space may just be empty space, with no sense of place or belonging that might prompt people to linger, stay, inhabit; space only fit for cars or passing traffic. How can empty space be turned into public space? How can pedestrian flow be encouraged? What programmatic elements can provide a reference point for a shared urban existence?

Erik WINGQUIST, Architect, EUROPAN Technical Committee, Stockholm (SE)

English — French — German

Sites representatives:

AIGLE (CH): Frédéric BORLOZ, Chief Executive, City of Eagle

KØBENHAVN (DK): Lise PALM, Head of Section, Municipality of Copenhagen

NYNÄSHAMN (SE): Jan-Ove ÖSTBRINK, Head of the Department of Environment and Urban Planning

RØDOVRE (DK): Bjarne RIECKMANN, Architect of the City

SELB (DE): Helmut RESCH, Architect, Head of Planning

Jury members:

Olle FORSGREN, Architect, City of Umeå (SE), jury SWEDEN

Katarzyna FURGALINSKA, Architect, Ghilardi + Hellsten Arkitekter, Oslo (NO), jury GERMANY

Tanja JORDAN, Architect, Tanja Jordan Architects, Copenhague (DK), jury DENMARK

Martin KEIDING, Architect and Editor in chief, the journal Arkitektur, Copenhagen (DK), jury DENMARK

Rodolphe LUSCHER, Architect and urban planner, Visuarte, President of Europan SWITZERLAND, Lausanne (CH)

09:00 – 11:00
Working Group 3A
CONNECTIVITY – From border to seam
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

How do you affect the shift from a boundary that creates separation(infrastructure, topography, etc.) to a seam that establishes links? The boundary (between town and country, suburban and urban, between districts, etc.) can be extrapolated in numerous ways to develop new urban connectivity.

, Architect and teacher, EUROPAN Scientific Committee, Madrid (ES)

Pierre-Marie AUFFRET, Architect, EUROPAN Technical Committee, Paris (FR)

English — French — German — Spanish

Sites representatives:


ALLERØD (DK): Stinne BJERG, Planner, City of Allerød


SAN BARTOLOME (ES): María DEL MAR LUJAN, Directorate General of Housing, Government of the Canary Islands

TOULOUSE (FR): Daniel BENYAHIA, Vice President for Planning and Urban Projects, Urban Community of “Grand Toulouse”

TURKU (FI): Oscu UURASMAA, Architect, City Planning Department

Jury members:

Félix ARRANZ, Architect and editor, Barcelona (ES), jury SPAIN

Aaro ARTTO, Architect, APRT, Helsinki (FI), jury FINLAND

Henri BAVA, Landscape architect, TER Agency, Paris (FR), jury FRANCE

Benoît DISPA, Mayor of the City of Gembloux (BE), jury BELGIUM

Andreas KLOK PEDERSEN, Partner, BIG, Copenhagen (DK), jury DENMARK

Juan Domingo SANTOS, Architect and Professor, School of Architecture of Granada (ES), jury SPAIN

11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]
11:30 – 13:30
Working Group 1C
IDENTITY – From obsolete identity to new identity
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

As the current occupation is obsolete, inappropriate or simply underused, there is a desire for a new spirit, brought about by new programs, additional values and better connection to the surroundings. All of the sites have to resolve their cultural heritage, either physically where there are remaining buildings, or indirectly by way of a collective memory from the  past.

Pascal AMPHOUX, Architect and teacher, EUROPAN Scientific Committee, Lausanne (CH)

English — French — German

Sites representatives:

DEVENTER (NL): Marc-Jan AHNE, Alderman

EINDHOVEN (NL): Martijn SCHLATMANN, Architect, Department of the Built Environment, Eindhoven University of Technology

GRAZ (AT): Heinz SCHOETTLI, Director of the Urban Department

NEUILLY-SUR-MARNE (FR): Hélène ZETLER, Architect and urban planner, EPA Marne – EPA France

OSLO (NO): Henriette VIDNES, Head Engineer

REIMS (FR): Eric CITERNE, Director of Urban, Reims Métropole Urban Community

Jury members:

Floor ARONS, Architect, winner Europan 4, jury NETHERLANDS

Xavier BONNAUD, Urban planner architect and teacher, Mesostudio, Paris (FR), jury FRANCE

Lisa DIEDRICH, Architect, co-editor in chief of ‘SCAPE (DE), jury NORWAY

Rolf TOUZIMSKY, Architect, Linz (AT), jury AUSTRIA

11:30 – 13:30
Working Group 2B
USES – From isolation to social integration
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

A collection of fragments, an isolated segment, a clearing in a forest - a small local initiative could offer an opportunity to alter the whole context. What kind of programme could enhance the surrounding areas? How can design provide an open platform for social and economical integration? What missing piece could help make sense of the whole puzzle?

, Architect and teacher, EUROPAN Scientific Committee, Vienna (AT)

English — French — German

Sites representatives:

CAPELLE AAN DEN IJSSEL (NL): René KANDEL, Urban planner, Municipality of Capelle aan den IJssel

CLERMONT-FERRAND (FR): Dominique ADENOT, Deputy Mayor

LINZ (AT): Dieter ALBRECHT, Director of the Urban Department

MALMÖ (SE): Pål SVENSSON, Real Estate Manager at MKB Fastighets AB, municipal housing company

WÜRZBURG (DE): BAUMGART Christian, Alderman

Jury members:

Franck FAUCHEUX, Project Manager Ecodistricts, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Housing and Transport, Paris (FR), jury FRANCE

Kieran LONG, Architecture critic, journalist at Evening Standard, London (UK), jury SWEDEN

Andreas GARKISCH, Architect, 03 architects, Munich (DE), jury GERMANY

Klaus KADA, Architect, Graz (AT), jury AUSTRIA

Marien DE LANGEN, Director housing corporation Stadgenoot, Amsterdam (NL), jury NETHERLANDS

11:30 – 13:30
Working Group 3B
CONNECTIVITY – From void to link
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Sites are characterized as leftovers from infrastructure or green pockets in urbanized areas. They offer an opportunity to build new housing and to create a space that not only connects different urban patterns within the city, but also different groups of people. Empty spaces have an inherent potential for the development of high-quality public space, in terms of ambition, ecology, social value and culture, to create spaces that are shared successfully by different social groups.


Roger RIEWE, Architect, EUROPAN Scientific Committee, Graz (AT)

English — French — German — Spanish

Sites representatives:

CERDANYOLA DEL VALLÉS (ES): Esther LLORENS, Head of Programming for social housing, Building agency of the Government of Catalonia

GETARIA (ES): Ignacio DE LA PUERTA, Directorate General of Housing, Basque Government

HAUGESUND (NO): Kristine SYNNES JEPSEN, Head of planning, zoning and surveying

NÖRKOPPING (SE): Dag JOHANSSON, Architect of the City

Jury members:

Jordi BADIA, Architect and teacher, BAAS agency, Barcelona (ES), jury SPAIN

Tone HUSE, Writer, Tromsø (NO), jury NORWAY

Jesús IRISARRI, Landscape architect and professor, La Coruña (ES), jury SPAIN

Per KRAFT, Architect, A1 Arkitekter AB Stockholm (SE), Europan President SWEDEN

13:30 - 15:00
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]
15:00 – 17:30
Working Group 3C
CONNECTIVITY – From place to territory
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Contemporary urban environments are the product of various processes introducing territorial dynamics within local environments and enlarging local micro activities into a territorial scale. New connections are created, or reinforced, within the main metropolitan space. Some communities join forces into larger territorial groupings to encourage such connectivities. When territorial dynamics dominate local environments there is a need to respond to their impact. How can such a place take advantage of this dominance of the territorial to establish connectivities without being overwhelmed by the impact of the incomer?


Frauke BURGDORFF, Director of the Foundation Montag for urban spaces, EUROPAN Scientific Committee, Bonn (DE)

David FRANCO, Architect teacher, EUROPAN Technical Committee, Madrid (ES)

English — French — German

Sites representatives:

ALCORCÓN (ES): No site representative.

GUIMARÃES (PT): Filipe FONTES, Architect, Director of the Department of Urban

PORVOO (FI): Eero LÖYTÖNEN, Architect, Director of the Department of Urban

ROMAINMÔTIER (CH): Fabrice DE ICCO, Chief Executive, City of Romainmôtier

SAVENAY (FR): Alain CHAUVEAU, Deputy Mayor

SKIEN-PORSGRUNN (NO): Olav BACKE-HANSEN, Chief, Office of Planning, City of Skien

Hanne Birte HULLØEN, Urban planner, City of Porsgrunn


Jury members:

Henri BAVA, Landscape architect, TER Agency, Paris (FR), jury FRANCE

Javier GARCIA-GERMAN, Architect and teacher, Arquitectos Totem, Madrid (ES), jury SPAIN

Helle JUUL, Architect, Juul Frost Arkitekter Agency, Copenhagen (DK), jury FINLAND

Robert PROST, Engineer ENSAM, architect DEA, Paris (FR), jury SWITZERLAND

Ulrike SACHER, Landscape architect, Munich (DE), jury PORTUGAL

Deane SIMPSON, Architect and teacher, Bergen (NO) ant Copenhagen (DK), jury NORWAY

15:00 – 17:30
Working Group 2A
USES – From fallow lands to city life
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Fallow land is land that is currently unproductive. Whether greenfield (agricultural), brownfield (industrial) or greyfield (asphalt), underused areas invite municipalities to inject new programs. What strategies can bring a rich city life to these sites? How can new urban areas be designed for maximum quality of life while minimizing their footprint? What are contemporary methods for living together?


Bernd VLAY, Architect, EUROPAN Technical Committee, Vienna (AT)

English — French — German

Sites representatives:

ALMERE (NL): Maarten JANSSEN, Area developer at Amvest

INGOLSTADT (DE): Irene WIESE-VON OFEN, Architect, Town planner

MONTHEY (CH): David VIGOLO, Architect, City of Monthey

SAMBREVILLE (BE): Jean Michel DEGRAEVE, Architect, Liege (BE)

SZEGED (HU): Árpád SZABO, Architect and Teacher, Secretary General Europan HUNGARY, Budapest

WARSZAWA (PL): Tomasz ZEMLA, Deputy Chief Architect of the City of Warsaw, Secretary-General Europan POLAND

Jury members:

Christa REICHER, Architect, urban planner, Aachen/Dortmund (DE), jury GERMANY

Hanneke KIJNE, Landscape architect, HOSPER, Haarlem (NL), jury NETHERLANDS

Olivier FAZAN MAGI, Architect and urban planner, farra & fazan, Lausanne (CH), jury SWITZERLAND

Tamas LEVAI, Architect, Budapest, Hungary (HU), jury HUNGARY

15:00 – 17:30
Working Group 1B
IDENTITY – From a question to a new character
[ Gamle broverksted, Vulkan ]

Although the sites are not unoccupied, their current state is rather unsatisfactory and there is a strong wish for improvement and greater visibility. Through new programs to be developed in certain cases, the existing structures could be made more dynamic by introducing new urban spaces and landmarks.


Jens METZ, Architect, urban planner and teacher, EUROPAN Technical Committee, Berlin (DE)

English — French — German — Spanish

Sites representatives:

AMSTERDAM (NL): Iris VAN DER HORST, Project manager Zuidoostlob

DUBLIN (IE): Aidan O’CONNOR, Senior Adviser, Division of Housing, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government



SESTAO (ES): Ignacio DE LA PUERTA, Directorate General of Housing, Basque Government


Jury members:

Ulrike BÖHM, Landscape architect, Berlin (DE), jury GERMANY

Gloria IRIARTE, Architect, Bilbao (ES), jury SPAIN

Frank MCDONALD, Architecture journalist, Irish Times, Dublin (IE), jury IRELAND

Marianne SÆTRE, Architect, Oslo (NO), jury CROATIA

Astrid SANSON, Director Urban Quality, municipality of Rotterdam (NL), jury NETHERLANDS

Karin SANDECK, Architect, Ministry of Interior of the State of Bavaria, Munich (DE), jury GERMANY

20:00 – 00:30
Closing Party
[ DogA ]

The Closing Party will take place at DogA, the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture, which was established by Norsk Form and the Norwegian Design Council as a meeting place for design, architecture and related subject areas. DogA is housed in an old transformer station, converted by the renowned Oslo architecture firm Jensen & Skodvin.

Guests are encouraged to mingle amidst DogA’s current exhibition, Building Blocks, where Norwegian children have worked with architects to create full scale imaginative rooms.

Building Blocks is organized by Norsk Form (The Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway) in collaboration with Färgfabriken Stockholm after an original idea by Färgfabriken and Medium. Works featured by 3rw arkitekter, Arkitektkontoret Gasa, Brendeland & Kristoffersen Arkitekter, Griff Arkitekter, Morfeus Arkitekter and Rintala Eggertsson Architects.

Sunday November 06

09:00 – 17:00
National Jury Meetings

Europan Nederland   Grupperom 1 + 2 [ AHO ]

Europan Suomi-Finland   Grupperom 3  [ AHO ]

Europan Danmark   Grupperom 4 + 5  [ AHO ]

Europan Ireland   Lille Auditorium  [ AHO ]

Europan España   Store Auditorium  [ AHO ]

Europan Osterreich / Magyarország / Kosovo   Croquissalen  [ AHO ]

Europan Norge   Utstillingshall [ 0047 ]

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