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DDW Talks: Future Cities

How do we innovate the buildings and spaces that make up our urban environments?

Ketelhuisplein at DDW 2021 — © Max Kneefel

In this talk we explore the future of our cities and how we can adapt architecture and urban design to our changing needs.

Future Cities

As more and more people live in cities, consider how we can adapt architecture and urban design to our changing needs. New construction and management systems can improve the quality and functionality of private buildings and public spaces and facilitate new forms of collective and sustainable living.

Speakers: will be announced in September

Moderators: Charlotte Thomas & Aafke Laarakker | editors at de Architect

Programme Friday 28 October:
09:00 | Doors open at Fifth, The Stage (NRE Terrein, Gasfabriek 5, Eindhoven)
09:30 | Start DDW Talk
11:30 | Stay for coffee, tea and a light lunch at Fifth
12:30 | End programme

Good to know:
- The DDW Talks include coffee, tea and a light lunch
- The programme will be spoken in English

About the partners


• de Architect
De Architect is the most popular architecture platform in the Netherlands and Flanders. Through magazines, websites, newsletters, podcasts, social media and events, they offer news, background and depth in the field of architecture and enable architects to increase their network in a targeted manner.

• Green Innovation Hub
Green Innovation Hub is a unique public-private initiative of the Municipality of Almere, Floriade Expo 2022 and VodafoneZiggo. The Hub has built an innovation breeding ground on the Floriade site for the future residential area ‘Hortus’ and other area developments in the Netherlands, including ‘Pampus’: new residential areas that serve as models for the city of the future that are green, sustainable and inclusive.

About Dutch Design Foundation

Dutch Design Foundation is the organization behind Dutch Design Week.
Canal area, Fifth, NRE Terrein | Gasfabriek 5
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