reSITE 2015 Conference | The Shared City
Landscape Architecture Talks, Urban Design Talks
Designing the New York High Line as a Shared Landscape with James Corner, Kathryn Gustafson on The Art of Landscape Architecture, Chris Precht on Connecting Architecture and Agriculture, Enrique Peñalosa on Why Equality Begins with Well-Planned Public Spaces
A New Generation of Architects with Chris Precht, Yosuke Hayano on How Architecture Can Create Emotional Connections to Nature, Six Ways to Create Healthier Cities, Meet The Up-and-Coming Green-Powered Regenerators
Hiroki Matsuura, CEO and founder of MADMA urbanism + landscape, ideas of shared development, shared space, and shared office, which they see as linked to urban design, landscape, and architecture, respectively. He emphasizes the importance of designing to maintain as much green space as possible, rather than retrospectively adding it after other steps of the design process.
reSITE 2013 Conference | Metropolis Central: Infinite Resources
City Planning Talks, Mayors Talks
Alfredo Brillembourg on How We Can Tackle Urban Poverty, There Grows the Neighborhood with Emmanuel Pratt, How To End Segregation through Spatial Integration with SLLA Architects, Leona Lynen on the Collaborative Regeneration of Haus der Statistik
Emmanuel Pratt on Regenerating Urban Ecology, Giving Design a Higher Purpose with Ravi Naidoo, Eight Talks on Using Design to Solve Urban Inequalities, Race, Space, and Urban Transformation
In order to create equitable urban spaces, citizens' ability to move freely and safely throughout the city is paramount. Enrique Peñalosa, the former Mayor of Bogota, Colombia discusses the important of learning from the disastrous mistakes of 20th-century urbanization.
reSITE 2019 REGENERATE
City Planning Talks, reSITE International Conference, Urban Design Talks
Chris Precht on Connecting Architecture and Agriculture, Sou Fujimoto on Reinventing the Relationship Between Nature & Architecture, East Meets West with Yoko Choy, Beatrice Leanza, Jee Liu + Wallace Liu, Landscape is Everything Around You with Kathryn Gustafson
Jee Liu on Applying Subtle Design to Adaptive Reuse, Creating Emotional Connections to Nature with Yosuke Hayano, A New Generation of Architects with Chris Precht, Sou Fujimoto: A Home is a Protected Freedom
Yosuke Hayano speaks on how the idea of designing a building in congruence with the environment has become central to MAD’s architectural practice. He uses five selected projects to illustrate the collective’s vision of the future city where the built environment shaped by nature’s dynamics helps to establish a deeper emotional bond between humans and their surroundings.
reSITE 2019 REGENERATE
City Planning Talks, reSITE International Conference, Urban Design Talks, Women Make Cities
Chris Precht on Connecting Architecture and Agriculture, Ravi Naidoo on Creating a Better World Through Creativity, There Grows the Neighborhood with Emmanuel Pratt, Marianthi Tatari on Building the Smartest City in the World
Ravi Naidoo on Design in Service of People, Human-Centered Smart Cities with Marianthi Tatari, Jee Liu on Applying Subtle Design to Adaptive Reuse
Haus der Statistik, a prototypical concept turning an unoccupied former administrative complex into mixed-use, affordable housing in the heart of Berlin. It is raising the bar for how we regenerate neighborhoods in ways that are equitable, sustainable and accessible to the local community.