How will be Minsk in 20 years?

In Minsk the Gallery TUT.BY invited urban planners, architects und interested people to a public discussion about problems and possible future developments. Many thanks to Veranika Salauyova for sharing this information!     Find here different inputs and opinions published:

Post-Soviet urban development practice in Belarus: “Sputnik” cities

In the framework of our new initiative aimed to reinforce exchanging of best-practise in post-Soviet urban space transformation, our partner in Belarus, V. Salauyova has provided some links with information about the recent discussions in city planning and urban development in Belarus

Post-Soviet urban development practice in Belarus: The Multifunctional Module

our ira.urban partner in Minsk, Belarus, (Veranika Salauyova) has provided some links with information about the recent discussions in city planning and urban development in Belarus. Belarus: Minsk, new approaches in the construction of Mass housings. The Multifunctional Module, 2014

Urban Conflicts: monument conservation and new developements

Manifold conflicts characterize cities. The struggle between development interests and the preservation of cultural heritage represents one interesting source of urban conflict which seems to be prevalent in particular in cities of transition.  The article of Alexander Litvin touches