*EXTENDED* Flash Discount for Non-Profits & Academics to reSITE 2018 ACCOMMODATE
Are you a non-profit organization striving to make city-living better and interested in equity, sustainability, gentrification and affordable housing?
Are you a non-profit organization striving to make city-living better and interested in equity, sustainability, gentrification and affordable housing? Are you a university teacher or researcher focusing on urbanism, architecture, urban sociology, economy or arts? reSITE wishes to welcome you at reSITE 2018 ACCOMMODATE thus, we have made the registrations more accessible. Don't procrastinate, the 60% discount is only available for a limited time.
Use discount code Nonprofit2018 during registration, applicable on Standard Tickets.
Offer is valid until May 11.
reSITE 2018 ACCOMMODATE
“The most beloved qualities of our cities have transformed them into luxury goods, and a process that started in London or New York a decade ago is trickling down into one city after another. Having a “right to the city” means having the right to live in the city, and that’s why we need new strategies, technologies, and protections to build homes for all of us. We need to build more housing where people want to live.”
Greg Lindsay, Guest Curator of reSITE 2018.
Start your future project with “We met at reSITE”, and discuss with us:
- Most pressing housing challenges
- New forms of living and housing
- Intergenerational, cooperative and shared models of future living
- Quality of live in cities of all sizes
Don't miss amongst 50 speakers
We love getting inspired... but, here's why you don't want to miss reSITE 2018:
- reSITE is in Prague. It's the perfect city to spend a few days in June.
- Start your future projects (or romance) with “We met at reSITE”. There will be over 1000 participants.
- Keep pace with trends. Upgrade your profile. Meet partners.
- It's an amazing team-building event!
- The event will include tours, book launches, workshops, city run, salons, party and a few surprises!
- 2018 is the year of 100th anniversary of the Czech Republic and the moment to be in Prague!
Are you a Female City-maker? Designer? Architect?
reSITE aims to do its part in elevating female voices as an opportunity to achieve social balance in architecture and design. By bringing together all different backgrounds we can create provocative conversations around housing and quality of life that reflects the different needs of everyone.
A special promotion “Women Make Cities” has been introduced offering a 70% discount from the standard registration fee to all women working in design, architecture, cities leadership and administration (bringing the price to €75).
Offer is valid until May 11.
Are you a student?
Full-time students can enjoy endless inspirations and networking opportunities. Ticket includes keynotes, lectures, panel discussions, workshops, networking events, tours, and field trips at reSITE 2018.
Tickets are 49€ through June 8th
reSITE is a world-class annual summit celebrating inspiring design, development and positive impacts on the quality of life in cities. reSITE’s flagship event brings together thought leaders, mayors, architects, planners, investors, artists and innovators from around the world.
We are looking forward to meeting you at Forum Karlin, Prague on June 14-15, 2018. reSITE will make your heart beat faster, again.
See you there!
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reSITE's Top 5 Videos of 2018
Over the past year, reSITE has hosted an impressive roster of events featuring innovators and their powerful ideas on how to improve the urban environment. Through architecture, engineering, and smart design, these leaders are cultivating strong collaborative spaces around the world. Here are our top 5 videos of those inspiring events.
Sou Fujimoto: A Home is a Protected Freedom
In this interview with reSITE, Fujimoto shares his thoughts on the future of housing, and on what makes a house a home.
Marcus Fairs On Homes, Drones and Humans
Interview with the founder on Dezeen Marcus Fairs on the future of our homes and technologies. Interview by Greg Lindsay, with the contribution of Radka Ondrackova and Elvira Islas.