Interested in Urban Economy? The debate about ‘where we are going to live and work in the future, is in full swing. To make more room in the city for an urban economy, we need to combine better, we need to stack more compactly and more efficiently. This requires new spatial models. International experts share their vision and experiences in lectures and a panel discussion.

Lectures by architect Paul Karakusevic (Karakusevic Carson Architects, London) and Hape Schneider (Hafencity, Hamburg). Panel discussion with Kristiaan Borret (bMa, Brussels), Joost Beunderman (00, London) and Mark Brearley (Cass Institute / Atelier Brussels / Kaymet, London), among others.

This discussion evening is organized by Atelier Brussels in the context of theworkshop series ‘Urban Economy in the Brussels Metropolitan Area’, set up by the Department of the Flemish Government in collaboration with Mark Brearley. The first workshop will be held with students from London on the Buda area and its productive future.

Co-production: Departement Omgeving, Perspective.Brussels, Architecture Workroom Brussels.

Time: Tuesday, July 4 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Participation is free, registration is compulsary.
Register here: goo.gl/PXJ4hW

Language: English
Location: Perspective.Brussels, Naamsestraat 59, Brussels

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