Earlier this week, Managing Partner Giulio De Carli, and Transport Planner Ana Paez, were invited to attend and take part in the 83rd session of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management, in San Marino, to support the launch of the San Marino Declaration.
The Declaration adopted by governments puts forward a set of “Principles for Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Design and Architecture” negotiated under the auspices of the United Nations and grounded in the comprehensive vision of the Sustainable Development Goals. These Principles were launched by Sir Norman Foster and symbolically signed by leading architects and urbanists, including One Works, together with the Orders of Architects of San Marino, and Rimini and Pesaro in Italy.
The Declaration sets out the goal for every city, urban infrastructure and building to be designed in line with the set of integrated and indivisible Principles, aiming to ensure:
Click here to read a full version of the declaration.
The UNECE Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management works to support regional exchange of experiences and good practices promoting affordable, adequate and climate-neutral housing; and inclusive, circular, smart and sustainable cities as part of countries’ response to and recovery plans for the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more at the UNECE Committee website.
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