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City
01
nov
City

Join in this conversation salon about "Future Living".
The Architecture Project is an Aarhusian cluster organisation for companies, local authorities, research and teaching institutions. Over the past three years, they have dived deep into local wisdom throughout the Central Denmark Region with these conversation salons. This salon will build on that and add an international perspective to the mapping of potentials and possibilities for the future.
Stay tuned for "Future Living”!

Future Living

How can architecture and creative thinking contribute to the solutions of the major societal challenges of the future?

The Architecture Project invites you to join our conversation salon about Future Living.

A conversation salon is a facilitated professional discussion that will surprise and move you while creating new collaborations between enthusiasts, developers, researchers, architects and other professionals. It will focus on local challenges with global relevance, including the development potential of the cities and the surrounding area. It may be about ensuring the sustainable growth of the cities, the transformation of urban areas and buildings, or perhaps development with a focus on the circular economy, culture or welfare. Our aim is to create more business and to develop liveable cities. Because we do not only develop new solutions, we expand the cities’ demands for creative solutions and qualify the supply from architecture companies.
The thoughts and idea accumulated at this salon will be part of an international FUTURE LIVING travelling exhibition, which showcases and discusses concrete and possible future projects from Denmark Central Region with projects from abroad. The exhibition includes temporary installations, prototypes, movies, mobile skateboard ramps and more.

Who:
The conversation salon will be facilitated by Signe Marie Davidsen, Co-creation Project Manager at The Architecture Project