2-for-1 for reSITE 2018 ends January 15

reSITE will be back on June 14-15 at Forum Karlin in Prague. Bring your friend for free.

reSITE conference 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. We have opened a special 2-for-1 offer valid until January 15, don't miss out.

"One of 150 Movers, Shakers and Makers That Have Rocked the World in the Last 15 Years"
Wallpaper Magazine

We are happy to announce the first speaker, the Founder of Rojkind Arquitectos Michel Rojkind who will join us from Mexico. He was listed by Wallpaper magazine amongst "150 Movers, Shakers and Makers That Have Rocked the World in the Last 15 Years". His latest achievement, the Foro Boca concert and culture hall in Mexico, was inaugurated this month. He has amazed the planet by "Portal of Awareness", spatial installations made of Nescafe mugs.

We did a survey: What do people like most about reSITE?

  • The overall atmosphere
  • Meeting new people from different countries and professions
  • All of the keynote lectures and discussions after them
  • Meeting friends
  • Fresh atmosphere, mix of participants and lectures

What will be the theme?

Is it time to reconsider what a better city looks like? The tide has clearly lifted all ships 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.

What will happen?

Keynotes + panel discussions + field trips + interactive workshops + tours + parties + unforgettable dinner + a one-of-a-kind experience combining the best ideas in the world from the bottom to the top.

Meet you on Thu + Fri June 14-15, 2018 in Prague, Forum Karlin, a Ricadro Bofill-designed venue!

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