What are benefits of trees in the streets and what do you need to do, if you want to plant one - in Prague 7?
reSITE, legendary Prague cinema BIO OKO, Alfred ve Dvore, urbanACT, Coll Coll, Letna sobe - all these organizations got together and prepared a small guide book that will summarize all of that. It is very new and goes into the print so we will be happy to introduce it to you.
And we will invite you to reSITE 2013 festival that will explode the next month.
The open air lecture is part of the program of currently ongoing festival “Containers to the world.
Date and time:
Container in front of National Technical Library
Technicka 6, Prague 6
15.05.2013, 7:00 pm
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/148768225305738/
2.5 days of intensive work with legendary Cecil Balmond and lead designer of Balmond Studio - Tyson Hosmer?
Do you want to meet 25 innovators from different fields, design future reSITE pavilion and challenge critics of high profile international reSITE guests?
YES? Well, no time to lose - check out our workshop site - Registration deadline May 30! http://workshop.resite.cz/
Here comes a megastar of reSITE conference. Enrique Peñalosa – formar mayor of Bogota, passionate fighter for sustainability and city design. In only 3 years he turned fearful Bogota full of poverty into blooming example of city autonomies all around the world.
Holder of numerous awards, including Stockholm Challenge Award will speak out Friday 21 2013.
Do you know WoZoCo or self-sufficient project „Pig City“? If yes, you have a good reason to be excited: The star of contemporary architecture and urban planning Winy Maas will lecture at reSITE conference. Winy is one of founders of Rotterdam based studio MVRDV that actively focuses on ecological issues, such as urban sprawl, bio – industry and climate change for more than 15 years.
We are looking forward to reSITE conference! It´ll be worth it.
Cargo containers have become super popular past years -
Young, creative people in Prague, Plzen or Zlin have decided to use them for currently ongoing festival - Kontejnery k světu / Praha - so check them out!
And we will gladly contribute to their program - 15 May in front of NTK, Prague! http://on.fb.me/10bq480
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
This is an open call, two-stage international design competition workshop for architects, artists, engineers, innovators, scientists and related disciplines to imagine the future mobile event pavilion.
reSITE in cooperation with the Architectural Institute in Prague /ARCHIP/ is honored to announce the second annual international design competition workshop in the City of Prague. Led by Cecil Balmond / formerly of Arup Engineers and currently leading Balmond Studio in London / and Tyson Hosmer / Lead Designer, Balmond Studio /, dPAV: 2.5 Days in Prague competition workshop will be a 2.5 days intensive and collaborative investigation to compete to design the future reSITE pavilion to be used in urban design festivals around Central and Eastern Europe.
The workshop will take place at the Architectural Institute in Prague during the second annual reSITE festival from 21-23 June 2013. Please find detailed information about the workshop on the official website:http://workshop.resite.cz/
The competition workshop will be held in English. For more information contact email@example.com
Feel free to spread the word among your friends and colleagues,
Looking forward to meet you in Prague,
Summer has suddenly begun and Naplavka in Prague is packed again. The atmosphere is great, but how about more places to sit?
How many successful female architects do we have in our business?
Barbara Wilks /NYC/ is a founder and a leader of W Architecture & Landscape Architecture winning several international competitions on redesigning waterfronts.
She is coming to reSITE conference to speak about this topic! http://bit.ly/17mdQQ6
reSITE 2013 conference = 54 high profile speakers from 16 countries. One of them is Adrian Benepe /Former Commissioner for Parks in New York/ who is coming to speak about benefits of urban parks and why and how NYC decided to become Greater, Greener New York. http://bit.ly/159p0ZK
Photo: James Estrin / The New York Times