reSITE 2019 REGENERATE
September 19-21, 2019 | reSITE's Flagship Global Forum Tackled Urban Regeneration. Winner of the Best Event of the Year 2018
The Urbanism Event of the Year
- How will we make room for families by remaking the city at every scale — from the mega-redevelopment of brownfields to restoring neighborhoods?
- How should we balance expansion with heritage?
- How are young mayors grappling with unaffordability and redevelopment?
- Which startups are transforming the city itself into a generator to stave off climate change?
- And which architects are imagining new ways of living, working and playing for children and families?
- REGENERATE will bring together a new generation of leaders on climate, energy, health, and mobility — as well as design and public policy — to discuss creating cities for young and old alike.
reSITE 2019 REGENERATE in the News
for the 8th edition of the annual architecture and urbanism conference reSITE, thomas heatherwick was invited to prague’s forum karlin to deliver the keynote presentation. we spoke with heatherwick passionately about his creative strategies, his multi-faceted practice and the ‘joyousness’ of the initial design stages. read the interview in full below.
We’re back in Prague to zoom in on some of the big projects and bold ideas that emerged from Resite 2019. From the waterways of New York to the alleyways of Beijing, we we seek out the highlights from this year’s event.
plans have been revealed for a 135-meter-tall (443 ft) tower in prague, designed in part by sculptor david černý, that resembles a vertical shipwreck.
World Architecture Community
“Cities should be a part of food consumption", said Chris Precht, co-founder of architectural studios Precht and Penda, at this year’s reSITE, an annual global forum discussing the most urgent issues in the urbanized world and reSITE’s this year’s theme is REGENERATE.
Monocle Radio: The Urbanist
We decamp to Prague to join the 1,000+ attendees at this year’s reSITE conference. Exploring the theme of regeneration, we bring you conversations and contemplations from some of the most interesting names in the urban-planning world.
marking the 8th edition of the global architecture and urbanism forum, reSITE 2019 returned to prague to bring together leading architects, designers and business leaders to discuss the future of our urban environments under the theme of ‘REGENERATE’
REGENERATE will bring together thought leaders, mayors, architects, planners, investors, artists and activists from around the world, and more to reSITE's flagship global forum.
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In its most diverse edition yet, REGENERATE hosted a rich and interdisciplinary conversation about the future of life in cities, attracting twelve hundred participants from 25 countries to 3 stages, side events and parties.
Here are some of our favorite quotes we still have stuck in our heads from the 8th annual event keeping us inspired - and mindful - in how we go forth in designing and developing for future generations.
reSITE 2019 REGENERATE brings a global community of city-makers to Prague full of eagerness to inspire to create an impact on the future of our cities this September 19-20
As we forward from REGENERATE, some quotes, thought and ideas hang in our minds. When we think about regenerating our cities - making the old new again utilizing repurposed space with rejuvenated programs, a crucial question was how to incorporate climate action into city-making.
reSITE 2019 REGENERATE Gallery
Wednesday September 18
Thursday September 19
Friday September 20
Saturday September 21
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Sou Fujimoto, founder of Sou Fujimoto Architects in Tokyo, doesn’t see nature and the built environment as opposing forces, but seeks to integrate and learn from the environment as much as possible throughout the design process. Most notably, Fujimoto was selected to design the 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London, and in 2019, as one of the 23 architects to reinvent Paris.
Architect Michel Rojkind takes to the streets for early-morning runs to watch a city awaken into a new day. He uses his exercise routine as a means to understand cities and develop new approaches in urban design as well as his own practices.
Co-founding director of MVRDV interdisciplinary studio, and leader of The Why Factory, a global think-tank, Winy Maas dives into an exploration of infrastructure as the “public realm,” and the possibilities for cities of the future.
186 00 Praha 8 - Karlín
The program will include (depending on the ticket category)
- Keynotes, lectures, panel discussions
- Exclusive B2B break-out sessions
- Networking events, tours, run, yoga
- Live mic stage
- Coffee breaks and food zone
- Conference networking app
- VIP Dinner & Party
- VIP Welcome Cocktail
- VIP and Speakers zone
- Launch party
- Invite-only workshops & B2B meetings
- Launch party
- Conference design bag