reSITE 2013: Livable and Competitive Cities Conference

reSITE invites investors, business leaders, real estate developers, politicians, architects, urban planners, landscape architects, experts in transportation, innovation, engineers, economists, financiers, community organizers, scientists, artists, students and those with an active interest in urban development and culture to attend reSITE Conference.

The second annual reSITE Conference in will be held on June 20-21, 2013 at the iconic DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague 7 – Holešovice. Here, conference guests will meet the world’s foremost experts in the field of real estate development, urban design, architecture, planning, technology and finance to discuss strategies for sustainable planning for modern, competitive cities with a high quality of life. reSITE strives to foster collaboration between disparate disciplines and is looking for modern, sustainable and financially practical solutions for better public space, urban waterfront and mobility; a better city.

reSITE Conference and Festival will feature 60 international experts, over 400 high-level guests, and thousands of people at public events. reSITE is the largest and most professional international event of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe. reSITE relies on their deep experience and international connections to top experts in New York and across the world, thereby offering a more engaging and relevant program than other conferences with similar topics.

Topics, key speakers, and more information after the break.

Topics for 2013 include:

- Livable Metropolis: Transparent and Effective Urban Planning Practices
- City Combine: Urban resiliency and Urban Ecosystems sustainability
- reCLAIMING Urban Waterfronts: Investment and public space opportunities
- reGENERATIVE Metropolis: Tools of Stimulation for the public
- Quality Leadership and Governance: European Perspective for complex cities
- Quickies: Innovative Urban Projects from around the world

Key speakers at reSITE 2013:

Winy Maas [MVRDV • Rotterdam] / Enrique Penalosa [Former Mayor of Bogota • Bogota ] / Alexandros E. Washburn [Urban Design Chief • New York] / Adrian Benepe [NYC Parks Commissioner • New York] / Peter Palicka [Penta Investments • Prague] / Cecil Balmond [Balmond Studio • London ] / Charlie Hughes [Urban Land Institute • London] / Tomas Sedlacek [NERV • Prague] / Maria Aiolova [Terreform ONE • New York] / Thomas Hudeček [First Deputy Mayor of Prague •] / David Chisholm [CMC Architects • Prague] / Stefan Rettich [KARO Architects • Leipzig] / Rafal Dutkiewicz [• Mayor of Wroclaw] / Boris Palmer [Mayor • Tuebingen] / Barbara Wilks [W Landscape Architecture • New York] / Greg Lindsay [Fast Company • New York] / Allen Zerkin [New York University] / Michael Winfrey [Thompson Reuters • Prague] / [KCAP Rotterdam •] / Jonas Norsted [Atelier Oslo • Oslo]

The conference is supportedby: Penta Investments
Organized by reSITE
Co-organized by the Architectural Institute in Prague (ARCHIP)

More information can be found at www.resite.cz. reSITE conference will be in English with simultaneous translation to Czech language. For questions about the conference please contact: info@resite.cz

Cite: "reSITE 2013: Livable and Competitive Cities Conference" 13 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 19 Sep 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=387460>

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