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IAAC Responsive Cities Symposium 2017

Responsive Cities Symposium 2017_Active Public Space // Barcelona – 13th and 14th of November.

IAAC > Institute forAdvanced Architecture of Catalonia is pleased to invite you to Responsive Cities Symposium 2017, the second edition of the international gathering about the future of our cities, that will take place in Barcelona on the 13th and 14th of November 2017, in collaboration with the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and supported by the Caixa Forum and Smart City Expo World Congress.

Speakers: Helle Søholt, Gala Pin, Nataly Gattegno, Usman Haque, Claudia Pasquero, Luis Falcon, Pontus Westerberg and Areti Markopoulou, will be some of the personalities who will discuss several topics on Active Public Space project.

The purpose of the symposium is to investigate possible applications of new technologies in dynamic public spaces. The focus will be on the advancements of information technologies, interaction and fabrication of public space as catalyst to achieve high quality of life.

Responsive Cities Symposium 2017 is organized as part of the APS (Active Public Space) project, co-financed by the European Creative Europe Programme and developed by the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, the Center for Central European Architecture and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Last year, during the RC Symposium 2016  and on the topic of Urbanism in the Experience Age, we had the pleasure to receive more than 500 participants from all over the world including Speakers such as Saskia Sassen, Janet Sanz, Martina Hallikainen, Maita Fernandez and more.

The event is free and open to public. To attend, please register your seat here

Discover more about Responsive Cities Symposium 2017 here

Title: Responsive Cities Symposium 2017 // Active Public Space

Type: Symposium

Website: http://responsivecities2017.iaac.net/

Dates and Venues:

13th November – Caixa Forum

14th November – Smart City Expo World Congress

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