Taking place from 14–15 June 2018 in Prague's Forum Karlin, the annual summit will celebrate thepositive impact that inspiring design and development can have on the quality of life in cities.
The programme is focused on the question: Is it time to reconsider what a better city looks like? It will include talks on large scale urbanism and residential projects, as well as the American Dream. Dezeen is a media partner for the event.
Along with de Graaf and Fujimoto, other speakers taking part in the two-day event include Michel Rojkind, founder of Rojkind Arquitectos, Dara Huang, founder of Design Haus Liberty and Richard Burdett, professor of urban studies at the London School of Economics.
Dezeen's co-founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs and Rob Bole general manager of Citylab, will moderate a panel of innovators featuring Dan Hill, the global digital studio leader at Arup, Indy Johar, the founder of Dark Matter Labs, and Christine Nieves, co-director and chief of imagination at Proyecto Apoyo Mutuo Mariana.
The programme also includes a presentation of Elevation, Dezeen's documentary on how drones will change our cities.
Architects, urbanists, planners, designers, municipal leaders, politicians, developers, researchers, teachers, students, media, cultural leaders, curators, non-profit organizations and activists are all welcome at the two-day event.
There is a with a huge discount for students and several options for professionals.
Registration is open now. Secure your place here.
See the full line-up and schedule on reSITE's website.