Anne Demians is invited alongside Jérôme Clément, founder of the French-German television channel, Georges Heintz, urban architect, Robert Herrmann, deputy mayor of Strasbourg, president of Eurométropole de Strasbourg, Alain Kuntzmann, project director for Participatory Housing, Urban Planning, Development and Housing Department, City and Urban Community of Strasbourg, Florence Lipsky, Architect, Alfred Peter, Landscape Architect, Roland Recht, Art Historian and Veit Stratmann, Franco-German artist for the portrait of a city in its configuration today. Beyond its positioning in the debate on major transitions, it is a question of defining the city spirit, its sensitive dimension, its specific identity. Successively German and French at various times, border city, frontal city,
Today European city affirmed, the new identity of Strasbourg is not yet decreed, but was lost by fifty years. How has this metropolis capitalized on this bicultural history that has made it one of the most interesting urban laboratories in France?
Round table at the City of Architecture and Heritage, February 4, 2019 at 19h.
(c) Georges Heintz