Anuschka Kutz, M.Arch studio 3 lead at our school and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Architecture at KU Leuven, Brussels, has co-organised the conference The City in a Post Pandemic World. She will chair the thematic working session ‘Emerging Civic and Collective Spaces’ and will join the public evening debate for which key policymakers and researchers, Pascal Smet (Secretary of State for the Brussels Region) and Hélène Chartier (Head of zero-carbon development at sustainable urbanism network C40 Cities) have been invited. You are all welcome to join us digitally or in person in Brussels should you happen to be there.
The City in a Post-Pandemic World
A conference by the Urban Cultures Engagement
12 May 2022, 2-8PM CET
Campus Sint-Lucas Brussels, Paleizenstraat 65, 1030 Brussels (and online)
The pandemic has amplified many existing fragilities and inequalities, it has transformed our cities and villages. Some transformations are very welcome, others are strongly contested. Despite the global heartache, the pandemic has provided us with a unique opportunity to reconsider: How do we want to live? What are our values? What do we want and need in and from our cities, villages, offices, schools, hospitals, homes, streets, neighbourhoods, and public spaces?
2.00 – 6.00 pm
Presentations and discussions with students and tutors on:
1) The centre-countryside reversal, moderated by Caroline Sohie
2) Living and working, moderated by Martino Tattara
3) Emerging civic and collective spaces, moderated by Anuschka Kutz