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Title: Skopje – European City of tomorrow
Authors: Minas Bakalchev, Mitko Hadzi Pulja, Saša Tasić
Keywords: city  of  tomorrow,  urban  fragment,  collective  form,  analog  city,  urban fragment, city pockets, urban transformation, Pan‐European city, urban  morphology
Issue Date: May-2014
Source: Minas Bakalchev, Mitko Hadzi Pulja, Saša Tasić: „Skopje – European City of tomorrow“, Ninth annual international conference on European integration - Тhe Еurope of Тomorrow: Creative, Digital, Integrated, University American College Skopje in partnership with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung–office Macedonia, pp.167-191, May 2014
Conference: Ninth annual international conference on European integration - Тhe Еurope of Тomorrow: Creative, Digital, Integrated, University American College Skopje in partnership with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung–office Macedonia
Abstract: The question concerning the future of the European city is an important issue in  the light of the less certain, heterogeneous, incoherent urban formations of the  modern city. We are confronted with changes to the European historic city as  an exclusive entity, with changes not only to the territory of the city and its new  regional disposition but even more to the questioning of the actual paradigm of  the city itself, and its physical composition. The former homogeneous entities  have become inconsistent landscapes, once distinctive urban elements are now  hybrid spatial phenomena. This research questions the way in which the new  inconsistent base of the city can now be projected into its future. To achieve  this, we will first start with the progressive prototype model of the future city  promoted in the controversial book ‐ manifesto “The City of Tomorrow” by Le  Corbusier. Then we will explore the effects of modernization processes in the  physical structure of Skopje. In the last part through a comparative review of  selected European city‐icons we are going to try to draw the new spatial reality  of the European city through which we can base a hypothesis on the new  inclusive, creative and integrated city of tomorrow. 
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/7913
ISBN: 978‐608‐4607‐31‐1
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