Thursday, September 29 • 12:15pm - 1:30pm
#65 The Future Design of Streets

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Streets are important spaces in urban areas and form resilient collective spaces for all of us. Streets are adaptable by their ability to integrate new uses and new technologies. Now and tomorrow. Within the balance of new societal, sustainable and technological challenges and demands, some streets in urban areas are being completely modified and transformed. In parallel, the most of street remain spaces that are dominated by cars.

In an ´around-a-table-talk´, 'the Future Design of Streets' will be discussed with David Sim, Emiel Arends, Florinda Boschetti and Daniel Casas Valle. What are possible new strategies for street design? Who is using the street space? How can we design to improve streets? And, which challenges are in front of us?

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Florinda Boschetti

Head of City Club, EIT Urban Mobility
I am passionate about cities, urban planning and public space design. Sector-specific skills in city and sustainable transport planning, including knowledge exchange for professionals working in city masterplanning and mobility, local governments, international cooperation, European... Read More →
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David Sim

Creative Director, Softer
Always merging practice with design research David authored Soft City: Building Density for Everyday Life in 2019. Already with some 20 translations, the book proposes the organization and layout of the built environment for more fluid movement and comfort, a diversity of building... Read More →
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Daniel Casas Valle

Urbanist, Urban Dynamics / the Future Design of Streets platform

Thursday September 29, 2022 12:15pm - 1:30pm CEST
TEATRO (Upstairs)