Featured Architecture Talks

Why Dreaming Is Essential: Winy Maas

"Don't think in blocks, don't think in buildings. Think in connections only." - Winy Maas

"Boom towns are immigration towns." Michael Kimmelman

Special lecture by Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic for The New York Times.

Can Cities Be Biodiverse?

A special lecture by Enric Batlle on the idea of green spaces as the city’s main infrastructure at reSITE 2017 Invisible City conference.

reSITE Small Talks

reSITE Small Talk with Restless

Christian Trampedach is based in Copenhagen, and he is the founder of @restless.arch Instagram profile. Here, he has a compelling story to tell how he reached more than a half million Instagram followers within a year.

reSITE Small Talk with Lukas Feireiss

“Architecture is almost like a virus; once we start thinking about architecture, it is very hard to let it go or get rid of it because it connects to all fields of society.”

reSITE Small Talk with Teddy Cruz

We spoke with Teddy Cruz while he was visiting the latest Ai Weiwei's Law of the Journey exhibition at Prague's National Gallery (Veletrzni Palac).

reSITE Small Talk with Leni Schwendiger

"Night time is a new place. It's a time-space."

Popular Urban Design Talks

How to Build a Superpark?

Martin Rein-Cano lectures about the megadevelopment of the world and about the construction of Superkilen Urban Park in Copenhagen.

How to Design Future-Proof Cities?

Caroline Bos, a Dutch urban planner and the co-founder of Amsterdam-based architectural design network UNStudio, explains about designing resilient cities.

The Art of Landscape

“When you design landscapes, remember that it’s a journey. Nothing is fixed. Everything is going to evolve over time.”

City Planning Talks

Paris Reinvents Itself

Rising star of Czech TV journalism Linda Bartosova moderated the keynote discussion of Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris, at reSITE In/visible City conference.

"Affordable housing is today's number one issue." Carl Weisbrod

Carl Weisbrod offered inspiration for any city, including Prague: "Right in the zoning plan, we determined that at least 25 to 30 percent of newly built dwellings must be considered ‘affordable.’

How to Move a City? The Story of Kiruna, Sweden

Krister Lindstedt explains the challenges of moving the entire city of Kiruna in Sweden at the reSITE 2016: Cities in Migration conference.