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1st High School of Pefki, Athens:

1 st High School of Pefki , Athens Models of cities

Architectural cities:

Architectural cities Yona Friedman - Spatial city He proposed, a "mobile architecture", aimed not at an architectural flexibility of moving parts but a variable system that would integrate and provide adaptability to new uses.

Architectural cities:

Architectural cities Constant - New Babylon Constant Nieuwenhuys , a Dutch artist , works on another urban utopia of New Babylon . In this utopian proposal , Constant based on the use of high technology and automation as the only means of production , to eliminate human labor and deliver so global , universal and equal freedom among the people . Given the rapid technological development of his era , he argues that it is not utopia , but a future prediction .

Architectural cities:

Architectural cities Takis Ch Zenetos - Electronic Urban Zenetos studies to a city based on the latest technological achievements, both in terms of construction, and the degree of influence of technology on everyday life of people. The central idea of "Electronic Urbanism" is the creation of an extensive system of wires hanging planes, which will host the activities of the city and especially the house, onto the reserved and free nature. Communication technologies will allow generalized interconnection of people and social groups. The widespread application of tele-working, tele-management, tele-medicine, tele-education, will organize the human environment towards free communication and creative.

Ideal cities:

Ideal cities Marinalenta: The village of Utopia Marinalenta is a village of about 2,800 inhabitants in the south of Spain, in Andalusia

Marinalenta:

Marinalenta No unemployment, each employee is paid to 1,200 euros a month, not policemen, homes are rented for 15 euros a month, parents pay at nursery 12 euros a month, swimming pool with 3 per year. In 1986, after twelve years of struggle and squatting mostly by the women of the village, Marinalenta managed to get a landowner 12,000 acres of land and create a farming cooperative of whom are now living almost the entire village .

Marinalenta:

Marinalenta We realized that only wiyh earth we could not manage with unemployment. And decided to create industry olive oil, peppers, artichoke, garlic. So with the land of the person who works and with the industries that we have, worked to unemployment. We do not operate anymore landowners. The wealth generated by the worker returns to the same. We changed lifestyle 100%. (Gkorntigio, mayor)

Marinalenta:

Marinalenta The cooperative El Iumoso associates working 6 ½ hours a day from Monday to Saturday, 39 hours a week. All have the same salary, regardless of the work they do. Crops (olive oil, artichokes, peppers, etc.) packed in a small factory Iumar Marinaleda. The income of the partnership is not shared, but plowed back to the cooperative to create jobs. So the village there are unemployed. Housing, work, culture, education and health are rights.

Orestant, Denmark:

Orestant, Denmark It is a model suburb, where design, technology, ecology and nature blend harmoniously.

Orestant, Denmark:

Orestant, Denmark The aerial Metro - a height of six meters above the ground - transfers from the center of Copenhagen in 7 minutes Orestant residents and visitors, and students and businessmen and tourists who flock to the area for golf courses and also for the impressive urban landmarks.

Orestant, Denmark:

Orestant, Denmark Orestant high school in Copenhagen is a modern building that looks more like a showroom than a school. Education in the 21st century emphasize on teamwork and a choice-that is in need of open spaces

Orestant, Denmark:

Orestant, Denmark Visitors to the school can see a student plans isolated in a quiet corner, another to solve the exercises seated in one of the steps of the striking internal staircase Whatever exists in this school - of teaching materials to the job take students for home-moving online.

Educational and sporting cities:

Educational and sporting cities New educational and sporting town in Ntomontentovo The Russian government plans to create a huge educational and sports complex, worth 2.5 billion euros in Ntomontentovo in Moscow region

Ntomontentovo :

Ntomontentovo The ambition is to become Ntomontentovo the Russian equivalent of Cambridge, where will be transferred to students and teachers from five technical universities of Moscow, Federal Center sports medicine and training facilities for the World Cup 2018.

Oxford, England charming campus:

Oxford, England charming campus The prestigious institution framed by 38 colleges (first founded in 1239), while falling on it-every college graduate gets a degree from the University of Oxford-, but each of them is an autonomous unit with the resources that care to ensure , exercising its own independent economic policy

Oxford, England charming campus:

Oxford, England charming campus Good business, still very atmospheric gothic buildings with playgrounds and parks, even their lakes (!) Visited at all, paying of course.

Slow cities:

Slow cities Orvieto, Italy The movement of "slow city" was born in October 1999 in Orvieto, Italy, when the mayor of a small Italian town of Greve in Kianti decided to strengthen the small local companies oil and wine

Orvieto, Italy:

Orvieto, Italy The movement of Cittas Slow, composed of cities agreed and committed to maintaining the quality of life of local culture and history. At the beginning of the movement, had approximately 30 municipalities of Tuscany, Umbria and Kianti.

Slow cities:

Slow cities To be accepted into the network Cittas Slow and achieved certification, a city must have fewer than 50,000 inhabitants, and meet requirements and criteria necessary to be capable to implement the policies that have to do with environmental protection, the development of the specific characteristics of each member city and surrounding areas, the interest of old buildings, promoting the use of technology to improve the quality of the environment and urban structure, production and consumption of organic food and exclusion Genetically modified products, promoting the quality of hospitality protect indigenous production that is rooted in culture and tradition. Each year in a different city of the network occur meetings which defines the objectives and coordinate the activities of the movement.

Sonoma, California:

Sonoma, California Residents of Sonoma in California - first cittaslow on American soil - is the healthier and happier in the state.

Cities for children:

Cities for children Oldenburg: European City for children The German city of Oldenburg wins the European Excellence Award 2012 of the European cities that are friendly for children, for its plan for the regeneration of the area Donnerschwee

Cities for children:

Cities for children The cities need to attract families providing living spaces child-friendly. The pattern of urban neighborhoods are particularly important to the quality of life of children.

Maribor, Slovenia:

Maribor, Slovenia With a specially designed playground exclusively from natural materials incorporated city Maribor, Slovenia together with three other European cities in the list of finalists for the European Award of Excellence "City for Children" in 2012. The playground - adventure park in Maribor is the first of its kind in Slovenia, designed by experts in landscaping in 2011 and its management have taken social workers and volunteers.

Green cities:

Green cities Oakland With its endless beaches and wonderful coastal climate, this metropolis in New Zealand, has incredible natural beauty

Oakland:

Oakland Counting so far 1.5 million residents, local government predicts that the number will reach 2 million over the next 20 years and has begun studying plans providing for the extension of the center, with a focus on sustainable development system.

Oakland:

Oakland The public transport, including metro, trams, buses and ferries, constantly expanding, while studies on the expansion of the city to the surrounding areas always focused on the maintenance of green areas and the preservation of natural beauty, showing the emphasis on an even greener future for the residents of this city.

Barcelona:

Barcelona Barcelona They have begun to spring up everywhere recharging stations for electric cars and cycles, preparing the city for the day when the majority of people will move of their electric vehicles while under construction located processing plant biomass for electricity and heating homes.

Curitiba:

Curitiba This is one of the most remarkable cities in Latin America, in Brazil

Curitiba:

Curitiba A beautiful botanical garden, along with a series of environmental interventions, keeps the atmosphere very clean. The municipal authorities promote cycling by organizing events such as "Bike Night", where people plow the city throughout the night with their bikes accompanied by workers in the borough.

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