Restless Influence: Introduction to Instagram Best Practice
reSITE welcomed Christian Trampedach, founder of @restless.arch, to Prague for a winning how-to Instagram salon.
June 22, 2017 / The Emblem Hotel, Prague
reSITE 2017 Festival Welcomed Christian Trampedach, Founder of @restless.arch to Prague
Christian Trampedach, the founder of @restless.arch, were invited to reSITE 2017 Invisible City festival to explain his instagram best practice project. Having restlessly attracted 0,5 million followers in a year, Christian shared his advices, secrets, dos and don’ts on how to create a successful Instagram profile. This event was aimed to help interested parties to find a strategy for their Instagram presence and influence.
Over one thousand visitors attended reSITE 2017: In/visible City. Register for reSITE 2018, June 14-15, Prague.
Pakhuis de Zwijger is a platform in the city of Amsterdam for collaborative city making curated and directed by Charlot Schans and Egbert Fransen.
The novel virus COVID-19 has upended our lives. As it spreads across the globe, it is keeping us contained in our homes and reshaping our relationships with cities.
Ravi Naidoo, founder of Design Indaba and what may be the most influential design conferences in the world pushes the boundaries of design with the simple question—what is design for—on the final installment of the first season of reSITE's Design and the City podcast.
Exuberant. Optimistic. Romantic. Three words Ravi Naidoo, the advocate who put African design on the map, used to describe himself. Ravi's story is one of reinvention. Just as South Africa was entering a period of newly found democracy, Ravi found an impetus to change his career. Over 20 years later, he is the driving force behind Design Indaba, arguably the most influential design event in the world. The event takes place in Cape Town every year, and it's only the tip of the iceberg. They consider themselves a do-tank, rather than a think-tank, pushing the boundaries of design with the simple question—what is design for?
The longest-serving mayor in West Sacramento’s history, the man behind the city’s outstanding urban regeneration that put it on the map as one of the most livable small towns in the United States, and an LGBTQ+ advocate, Christopher Cabaldon is a model city official. During his on-going, 20-year-long seat in office, the California capital's adjacent city underwent an incredible transformation from a former industrial town to an urbanized, livable community.