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Monocle's 2017 Conference in Berlin to Discuss "Quality of Life" and Cities with Daniel Libeskind

  • 04:00 - 9 June, 2017
Monocle's 2017 Conference in Berlin to Discuss "Quality of Life" and Cities with Daniel Libeskind

Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference takes place this summer in Berlin, and will be a must-visit event for entrepreneurs, architects, urbanists and designers alike. Hosted by Monocle editor in chief Tyler Brûlé, topics unpacked across the conference include transport, city branding and the future of the property industry. From visionary entrepreneurs to acclaimed architects, guest delegates and panelists will join Monocle editors and radio hosts for a range of lively discussions, with talks interspersed with samplings of Berlin’s fine hospitality and opportunities to explore the city’s architectural sites.

International design talent taking the stage includes acclaimed architect Daniel Libeskind, who will discuss Berlin’s role as a liberal city, and Monica von Schmalensee, CEO of White Arkitekter, who will analyse where the property market is heading.

Monocle's 2017 Conference in Berlin to Discuss "Quality of Life" and Cities with Daniel Libeskind

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Cite: "Monocle's 2017 Conference in Berlin to Discuss "Quality of Life" and Cities with Daniel Libeskind" 09 Jun 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/873275/monocle-2017-conference-berlin-to-discuss-quality-of-life-cities-daniel-libeskind/> ISSN 0719-8884

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