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Strelka Institute is launching a series of events “Urban practices. Online.” This is stated in the press release received at the disposal “of the Tape.ru”.
C the eighth of June to the third of August 2020 will host a series of events “Urban practices. Online.” Six themed online days, each of which includes two activities. On Mondays, leading experts will discuss the development of cities and the impact of the pandemic in the format of lectures, case studies, interviews and discussions. “Urban practices. Online” will become a platform for discussion on key topics of urban transformations.
The schedule of events includes: June 8 — “Mobility”, June 22 — “City planning”, July 13 — “Engagement”, July 20 — “Ecology”, July 27 — “Comfortable environment”, August 3 — “Housing”.
“Urban practice” part program “Architects.of the Russian Federation”, which is “HOUSE.Of the Russian Federation” in strategic partnership with the Strelka Institute with the support of the Government of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of construction and housing and communal services.
The speakers program will be the mayors, urbanists, employees of specialized companies and departments, experts of KB “Strelka”, alumni of “Architects.of the Russian Federation”.
The event will be of interest to architects, authorities, developers, urban planners, entrepreneurs, students of specialized universities and citizens who are actively interested in the development of the city.
Already opened registration for two events. The first will be dedicated to mobility and will hold the eighth of June. Relevant case studies in transport planning will share the managing partner of the Center city projects “Headquarters” Daria Raspopina and a leading analyst of Habidatum Anna The.
Then the Deputy mayor of Milan on urban planning Pierfrancesco Maran, transport specialist Arkady Gershman, co-founder of Let’s bike it! Vladimir Kum and Deputy head of the Center of traffic organization of Moscow government Artur Shahbazyan will discuss what the city teaches the quarantine, which implement decisions of the administration and how to change the transport after the exit from the crisis.
The second event will be held June 22. The theme of urban planning. A lecture on “Good and bad urban density” read project Manager at KB Strelka Andrew Albaev. He will tell you what the implications of urban sprawl and what are the advantages of 15-minute cities.
After that, Alexandra Chechetkina, project Director at KB Strelka, curator of the program “Architects.of the Russian Federation” and the school teacher, the London Architectural Association, and guy Perry, Vice President, urban planning and design, McKinsey&Company, UAE, will discuss why cities need master plans and strategies of spatial development, as well as how they may be affected by the pandemic.
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