reSITE 2018 Prague
reSITE is an annual celebration of inspiring design, development and positive impact on quality of life in cities. This world-class event brings together thought leaders, mayors, architects, planners, investors, artists and activists from around the world, across the spectrum of urban development.
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This year in Prague we ask - is it time to reconsider what a better city looks like? The tide has clearly lifted all boats over the last two decades of urban development, yet gentrification, rising costs of living and inequality pose considerable challenges for city leaders, investors, planners and architects to design a city that works for everyone. Prague, centrally located in Europe and the world - offers a unique architectural setting to discuss and inspire more positive impacts for our lives in cities. Through panel discussions, keynotes, field trips, interactive workshops and tours - again, the event seeks to be a one-of-a-kind experience combining the best ideas in the world from the bottom to the top.
Get in the Mood
Word from the Guest Curator, Greg Lindsay
"Don't think in blocks, don't think in buildings. Think in connections only." - Winy Maas
“When you design landscapes, remember that it’s a journey. Nothing is fixed. Everything is going to evolve over time.”
Caroline Bos, a Dutch urban planner and the co-founder of Amsterdam-based architectural design network UNStudio, explains about designing resilient cities.
10 years of Lisbon's evolution in 10 minutes: Rui Ramos-Pinto Coelho, Executive Director of Invest Lisboa, shared his expert knowledge and practical experience at reSITE2017.
Rising star of Czech TV journalism Linda Bartosova moderated the keynote discussion of Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris, at reSITE In/visible City conference.
At reSITE 2017, Samu Szemerey showcased some exemplary projects from Hungarian context.
Keynote lecture by Janette Sadik-Khan, former Commissioner of the Department of Transportation, The City of New York, at reSITE 2012 conference.
Martin Rein-Cano in discussion with the editor in chief of World Architecture Community Berrin Chatzi Chousein at reSITE 2016: Cities in Migration conference
186 00 Praha 8 - Karlín
By Walk or Bike
You will enjoy walking through the Karlin district. It takes only 5 to 10 minutes from the nearest metro station or tram stop. Biking is also an option. We always provide bike racks and there are a couple of bike sharing options in Prague.
By Public Transport
Public transport is by far the most efficient way to get around Prague. Closest metro stop to Forum Karlin is Krizikova (Yellow line) and tram stop Krizikova situated in Sokolovska street (tram number 3 and 8).
We do not recommend you to use your own car.