Get reSITE's Designer Tees and More
Our lovable #reSITE products are available at DOX, Prague.
Grab some of reSITE's custom-designed gear to wear: designer socks, t-shirts for ladies, men and kids, and elegant pins. Human-heart shaped lightbulbs are also easy to come by at the Bendox Bookstore located in DOX Center for Contemporary Art in Prague. Not only you will look stylish or embelish your interior but your purchase will make you feel good. The income supports our activities.
Socially conscious designers leverage economic, environmental, political and cultural factors and consider them in their efforts to improve the livability of the built environment.
Cities benefit tremendously from the incorporation of greenspace, a connection to nature that is an arena to cultivate community.
Technology is embedded in contemporary cities. From surveillance cameras to street lights, architects, scientists, planners, and engineers are finding new ways to streamline urban environments to improve the quality of life. Yet, some worry that increasing reliance on technology could lead to its potential abuse, especially when it comes to personal privacy.
Within the fields of architecture and urban planning, women are making their case for creating built environments that serve all genders. To close the gap of gender inequality and make spaces more inclusive and safe for women, the unique perspective provided by these speakers is essential to augmenting our idea of design. To move towards more inclusive cities, women must be at the forefront of change.
Over one thousand visitors attended reSITE 2017: In/visible City on June 22-23 in Prague. Architects, municipal leaders, city planners and investors in the audience were blown away by lectures from the universally heralded Kazuyo Sejima from SANAA, Deputy Mayor of Paris Jean-Louis Missika, Winy Maas from the envy of the architecture world, and many more.
reSITE is an international non-profit platform working at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, politics, culture, innovation and economics all to make cities more livable and lovable. We encourage an exchange of ideas about making cities more competitive and resilient while promoting high quality public space, architecture, and sustainable development that improves our lives in cities.