reSITE 2017 Invisible Dinner & Party
reSITE & Karlin Group, Obermeyer & Verdi Capital with kind support of Economia Media House organized reSITE 2017 In/visible dinner and party at Bokovka to celebrate the sixth annual reSITE Conference In/visible City.
June 22, 2017 / Bokovka, Prague
reSITE 2017 In/visible Party: This is how lifetime friendships begin!
A prime location is always part of the experience. In 2017, our guests were invited to a gorgeous Renaissance courtyard of Bokovka where ballet dancers, one of Prague's best DJ’s Sasha Michailidis (former director of the legendary Radio 1), art and light installations, and 300+ inspiring visitors of reSITE 2017 were together in one place! In the heart of Prague's Old Town, we celebrated reSITE 2017 and namely the presence of Kazuyo Sejima and Jean-Louis Missika, creating such an atmosphere. "Invisible Heart", a 3D neon artpiece by Studio Najbrt, was sold in a charity auction during that evening.
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Martin Barry founded reSITE in Prague in 2011 to gather a community of people concerned with urbanism and creating better cities. Through events encouraging collaboration, Martin has raised awareness of the need for better public space, housing transportation, and integration of migrants in cities.