Returning for its fifth edition, Utopian Hours is a festival centred around the future of cities. It features a series of exhibitions, workshops, talks, panel discussions and presentations from a list of international speakers.
The three-day festival in Turin showcases projects and ideas that aim to change and improve cities across the world.
Utopian Hours asks city makers, activists, architects and innovators to share their experiences and visions for the future of Turin and other cities.
Speakers at this year's edition include Friends of the High Line founder Robert Hammond as well as architect Kunlé Adeyemi.
Tickets for the in-person and virtual events are available on their website. Limited early bird tickets for the full festival, full-day and live streaming.
Dezeen is a media partner for Utopian Hours 2021. Read more about the festival on Dezeen here.
Utopian Hours 2021 takes place from 8 to 10 October 2021 at Lavazza Museum, Via Ancona 11/A, 10152, Turin, Italy.