Caroline Bos, a Dutch urban planner and the Co-founder of Amsterdam-based architectural design network UNStudio that designed very influential projects, e.g. the Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam and the new transfer hub, Central Station in Arnhem. At the reSITE 2017: In/visible City conference, she raised significant questions, and she came up with eye-opening ideas on how to design future proof cities. She argues that resources are wasted in systematic, structural ways. So how architects can design for a circular economy? How can architecture and urban planning design future cities that are inclusive, foster co-creativity and create joint-value? Listen to her lecture, and learn more about how UNStudio incorporates the ideals of a circular economy into their design processes.
reSITE is an international nonprofit platform based in Prague. We work at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, politics, culture, and economics. We act as a catalyst for social action and innovative leadership.
We encourage an exchange of ideas about making cities more livable, competitive and resilient. We protect and promote public space, architecture, and sustainable development in cities.
Why? To stimulate action for sustainable urban design and therefore better cities. We stand for public space.