reSITE CONFERENCE aims to highlight important issues and innovative solutions. But! We like having fun too. Find a special reSITE iPad Photobooth and take photos of yourself and your friends. The best photos will be published on our Facebook and other social media outlets.
Having dinner and Czech wine with reSITE Keynote speakers, Enrique Penalosa (Former Mayor of Bogota) and Adrian Benepe (Director of City Parks, Trust for Public Land). It was a great night to be out in Prague!
Hello everybody! reSITE bomb is about to explode tomorrow ! Please stay tuned for fresh news!
We highly recommend a public lecture by Maria Aiolova /Terreform One, NY/ on FRIDAY JUNE 21 in Möbius pavilion.
Come to find out what the urbaneer is, how the future cities will look like and much more!
Perfect greeting from Prague? A special edition of postcards with the story of Mobius pavilion. You can get them for free during reSITE festival!
News from Ruzyně airport: One of our keynote speakers Adrian Benepe landed about 2 hours ago. We´re expecting our special guest from Bogota…yes Enrique Peñalosa in the evening!
Pavilion is ready to be transported to Charles Square soon! Our first speaker Enrique Penalosa /former Mayor of Bogota/ is coming to Prague tomorrow - let the festival begin!
photo courtesy: Rosta Zapletal, 2013
Prague without barriers? Let´s point out at this issue during a public happening organized by Asistence Foundation, DOX and reSITE.
Barrier environments are often found along the tram lines of Prague 7. They prevent wheelchair users, elderly, and parents with baby carriers from using main tram stops in the direction of Holešovice station - Ortenovo Square - U Průhonu - Dělnická.
The happening returns back to DOX for an open-air public party. “Disabled by Normality” remains open till 22:00.
Next on: The transportation to Karlovo náměstí. Excited ?
Hello Prague! 2 days to go and a little appetizer before we start: interview with Alex Wahsburn in Metro. Following article is in Czech.
“Immediately after Hurricane Sandy hit the North American Eastern seaboard last October, New York City embarked on a debate to find ways in which the city could protect itself from future storms that climate scientists predict will escalate in frequency.”
Let’s plan for climate change in Central and Eastern Europe, too. http://bit.ly/ZVlEGo
…5 days before ceremonial premiere…