“THE CITY FOR ALL OF US”
A look back at the evening organised on 30 November 2022 at the Hôtel de Ville in Lyon by the association Le Cercle de Zaha for the prize-giving ceremony of the first international architectural ideas competition on the issue of inclusive public spaces, "THE CITY FOR ALL OF US".
Among the members of the jury was Edouard Pernod, architect and urban planner from SUD architectes agency, who presented the challenges of the "→ Multimodal Interchange Pole (MIP) at Part-Dieu Station in Lyon" project, currently under construction.
The other jury members : Béatrice Vessiller, Vice-President for Urban Planning and the Living Environment at the Metropolis of Lyon, Florence Delaunay, Deputy for Rights and Equality of the City of Lyon, François Decoster, Urban Planner and Co-founder of the AUC & Grand Prix d'Urbanisme 2021, Bertrand Vignal - Landscape Architect at Base Paysage, Valérie Colomb, Lecturer at Sciences Po Lyon, Camille Martinez, Doctoral student in Sociology of Gender.
Congratulations to :
- 1st prize : Alix Falcon de Longevialle et Juliette Chaury
- 2nd prize : Adrien Cambois et Alice Lupo
- 3rd prize : Océane Loutrein et Valentin Couder