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Management of architectural and urban settings in an age of sustainable development: practices, changes and challenges

La gestion des espaces bâtis et aménagés à l’heure du développement durable : pratiques, évolutions, enjeux

2014 Ramau conferences

Rencontres Ramau 2014

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Published on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by Elsa Zotian

Summary

Following the study days dedicated to “architectural and town planning professions faced with the involvement of residents and users” in 2012 and “sustainable town planning and architecture know-how and models” in 2013, the aim of the Ramau 2014 conferences is to concentrate on the relations between sustainability and “management” in the field of urban development and architecture. The incorporation of sustainable development in architectural, urban and landscaping operations seems to have the effect of increasing the concern for management logic in the project process.

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Argument

The fields traditionally assigned to management, such as budgets (investments, consumption) and rental or residential relationships, are becoming increasingly complex due to the growing interest shown in the environment. In parallel, there is a move towards new challenges, particularly that of understanding the relevance of projects in view of repeated in situ adjustments between the expectations of recipients and the services provided by the built or developed environment. These preoccupations lead to increased questioning concerning the “performance”, “profitability” and even “relevance” of projects. The way in which to imagine “residents”, “users” or “final users” and to then invite them to give their opinion or jointly construct projects has become a major challenge for qualified stakeholders. Within this context, in what ways are the skills, trades, practices and organization of stakeholder systems developing? How are users and managers associated? How important is the anticipatory management of the various spatial and technical systems during the project (whether new or renovation works), particularly during the design phase? How is management organized following the delivery of the buildings or other developed spaces? Have evaluations of the systems been incorporated and how? All questions that the Ramau Conference attempts to focus on.

Pre-programme

Monday 13 October

9h30 Reception and opening

9h45 Official welcome – Panos MANTZIARAS, Ministry of Culture and Communication, Emmanuel RAOUL, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, a representative of Region Ile-de-France  

10h00 RAMAU welcome, network managers, Elise MACAIRE, LET-UMR LAVUE, Véronique BIAU, CRH-UMR LAVUE, Michael FENKER, LET-UMR LAVUE, presentation of Rencontres 2014, Isabelle GRUDET, LET-UMR LAVUE, Nadine ROUDIL, Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment, Hélène SUBREMON, UMR LATTS, ENPC-UPEMLV  

10h20 Introduction – The management of built environment in an age of sustainable development: framework elements

  • Michael FENKER, director of the Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette, member of the network’s scientific secretariat, with a guest speaker  

11h20 1st session, run by Nadine ROUDIL, Laboratoire Services Process Innovations, Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB). Discussion leader: Ludovic Halbert, Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Sociétés (UMR LATTS), ENPC, UPEMLV.

The new scenery designed by large, private urban operators: liberal economics and evolution of businesses

  • Water and waste management: professional renewal - Stéphane THOMAS, Directeur du Département Environnement et Santé, VEOLIA Environnement Recherche et Innovation SNC, France
  • Taoufik SOUAMI, Laboratoire Techniques Territoires Sociétés (UMR LATTS), Université de Paris-Est

13h00 Lunch  

14h30 2nd session, run by Véronique BIAU, Centre de recherche sur l’habitat (CRH - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris Val de Seine. Discussion leader: Elisabeth CAMPAGNAC, Laboratoire Techniques Territoires Sociétés (LATTS), Université de Paris-Est

The management of built environment, and transformations of public action

  • Condominiums: reconciliation of image and uses. Agreement for qualitative new construction in Plaine Commune - Véronique GUILLAUMIN, general delegate for the Forum des politiques de l’habitat privé association, former Plaine Commune housing manager
  • Managing with, managing for: questions concerning sustainable proximity - Anne BOSSÉ, Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris-Malaquais et LAUA - Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Nantes
  • Partnering: conflict prevention within the framework of urban projects - David ROSS, city planner, City of Montreal

16h10 Break

16h30 3rd session, run by Michael FENKER, Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette.

Sustainability and facilities management in the corporate real estate and public buildings sector: what drives the change of knowledge and practices?

  • Redefining the place of use from the supplier’s point of view - Marie Cécile PUYBARAUD, Director Global WorkPlace Innovation Johnson Controls
  • Professional and organizational changes in times of increased environmental and energy performance requirements, Jean-Philippe FOUQUET, Centre d’Expertise et de Transfert de l’Université (CETU) ETIcS and laboratoire CITERES (UMR-CNRS), Université François Rabelais de Tours.
  • User organizations and the challenge of reducing energy consummation, Pascal PLOTEGHER, (FRICS) Member of Conseil de l’immobilier de l’État, Former Manager of Real Estate, Essilor International

18h10 End of the day’s activities

Tuesday 14 October

9h00 4th session, run by Hélène SUBREMON, Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Sociétés (UMR LATTS), ENPC, UPEMLV. Discussion leader: Niels ALBERTSEN, Center for Strategic Byforskning, Aarhus School of Architecture

Changing postures, changing practices: professionals in a transition period

  • Flooding: constraint or opportunity? The position of town planning professions when faced with an urban project in a area liable to flooding - Mathieu BONNEFOND, École supérieure des géomètres et topographes - CNAM, Mathilde GRALEPOIS, Université de Tours, Polytech’Tours, Département Aménagement, Sylvain RODE, Université Via Domitia de Perpignan, Département Géographie et Aménagement
  • SPANC (public on-site sanitation service) professionals, between the application of sustainable development standards and the resistance of users - Jérôme ROLLIN, Université Lyon 2, Institut d’urbanisme de Lyon, Laboratoire Triangle - UMR 5206
  • For a better incorporation of management and use issues in the design of built environment - Alice COLLET and Marie LLORENTE, Département Economie et Sciences Humaines, CSTB, Université Paris Est

10h40 Break

11h00 5th session, run by Élise MACAIRE, Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette. Discussion leader: Judith LE MAIRE, Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre-Horta, Centre des Laboratoires Associés pour la Recherche en Architecture, Université Libre de Bruxelles

Architectural and urban design professionals faced with “managing” residents

  • Rehousing in the new urban territories. Intermediate spaces as motors driving the dynamics of collective management - Paula PETIZ, Centro de Estudos de Arquitectura e Urbanismo (CEAU), Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto
  • The resident and the creation of energy by the eco-districts. Process, design, handover - Isabelle GRUDET, Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET -UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette
  • Changing the approach to the relationship existing between architecture and technology thanks to the observation of the user - Marine MORAIN, architect/engineer, Arbor&sens, LYON

12h40 Lunch

14h10 6th session, run by Isabelle GRUDET, Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET -UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette; Discussion leader: Laurent MATTHEY, Fondation Braillard Architectes, Suisse

Management practices and new concerns for uses in public space

  • Designers and sustainable urban projects: conditions for integrating management and use concerns in built spaces - Silvère TRIBOUT, Laboratoire Architecture Ville Urbanisme Environnement (LAVUE UMR CNRS), Équipe MOSAÏQUES - Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Défense
  • Rainwater in public space: evolution of uses and management methods - Juliette CHAUVEAU, Laboratoire Techniques Territoires Sociétés (LATTS), Université de Paris-Est
  • When management and gardening are both claimed to be processes for the design of public spaces, the evolution of professional cultures and performance conditions? - Armelle VARCIN, École nationale supérieure d’architecture et de paysage de Lille, Laboratoire Conception Territoire Histoire (LACTH)

15h50 Break

16h00 Summary and conclusions

16h40 End of the Rencontres

Scientific coordination

  • Isabelle Grudet, researcher at the Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET -UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette
  • Hélène Subrémon, researcher, LATTS (UMR 8134 - CNRS, ENPC, UPEMLV)
  • Nadine Roudil, researcher, Laboratoire Services Process Innovations, CSTB
  • Laure Heland, teacher and researcher at the Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET -UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette

Scientific committee

  • Véronique Biau, director of the Centre de recherche sur l’habitat (CRH - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris Val de Seine, member of the network’s scientific secretariat
  • Gilles Debizet, teacher and researcher, Umr Pacte, université de Grenoble
  • Michael Fenker, director of the Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette, member of the network’s scientific secretariat
  • Patrice Godier, PAVE, associated with UMR Centre Emile Durkeim, Ensap de Bordeaux
  • Isabelle Grudet, researcher at the Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET -UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette
  • Laure Heland, teacher and researcher at the Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET -UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette
  • Elise Macaire, researcher at the au Laboratoire Espaces Travail (LET - UMR LAVUE), Ensa de Paris La Villette, head of the network
  • Géraldine Molina, researcher, IRSTV, Ecole centrale de Nantes
  • Nadine Roudil, researcher, Laboratoire Services Process Innovations, CSTB
  • Hélène Subrémon, researcher, LATTS (UMR 8134 - CNRS, ENPC, UPEMLV)

This conference is organized with the support of Région Île-de-France, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Université Paris Lumières, UMR Lavue CNRS 7218 and École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-La Villette. It is hosted by the Ministère de l’Écologie, du développement durable et de l’énergie - PUCA.  

Places

  • Arche Sud, salle 2 - Grande Arche de La Défense
    Puteaux, France (92)

Date(s)

  • Monday, October 13, 2014
  • Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Keywords

  • gestion, architecture, urbanisme, aménagement, environnement, développement durable

Contact(s)

  • Elise Macaire
    courriel : ramau [at] archi [dot] fr

Information source

  • Elise Macaire
    courriel : ramau [at] archi [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Management of architectural and urban settings in an age of sustainable development: practices, changes and challenges », Colloquium, Calenda, Published on Wednesday, August 20, 2014, https://calenda.org/296302

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