22. February 2019
Architect Michel Rojkind takes to the streets for early-morning runs to watch a city awaken into a new day. He leverages his exercise routine as a means to learn about a city and develop new approaches and strategies in urban design and his own practices.
8. February 2019
The list for most livable cities of 2018 from The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index has officially kicked Melbourne out of its seven year long reign as the most livable city in the world, crowning Vienna as number one.
30. December 2018
Some years are brighter than others and 2018 was made up of shining stars for reSITE and will be remembered in reSITE's history. Prague. Lisbon. Berlin. San Francisco. RESONATE. ACCOMMODATE. Manifesto Market. Shared Cities Residency. reSITE is going places. We can't wait to invite you in the coming year to join us!
18. December 2018
In 2018, reSITE has hosted an impressive roster of events featuring innovators and their impactful ideas on how to improve the urban environment. We have travelled to European and US cities, started and renewed important partnerships and put our hands on creating a physical, tangible space - Manifesto Market - which became a material extension of our philosophy. Here are 5 most important milestones and reasons why 2018 will be remembered.
10. December 2018
Over the past year, reSITE has hosted an impressive roster of events featuring innovators and their powerful ideas on how to improve the urban environment. Through architecture, engineering, and smart design, these leaders are cultivating strong collaborative spaces around the world. Here are our top 5 videos of those inspiring events.
27. December 2018
Sou Fujimoto recalls his background and how this has influenced his way to design and create architectonic masterpieces. Awarded and celebrated all around the world the works of Sou Fujimoto Architects always play with the balance between nature and architecture. The relation of nature in the built world are the main guiding thread in this lecture of Sou Fujimoto in Prague's reSITE 2018, helping understand projects like the Serpentine Pavilion of 2013 or Milles Arbres in Paris.