A Vision for Prague? Young Vision I

1 Mar 2018, 7:00 PM

The 22nd evening in a series of discussions on current topics concerning Prague

This time we will feature students who are future architects from ARCHIP, a private international university college of architecture. They will think about the question “What do we miss in Prague?” and present their ideas and design proposals for Prague. The evening will be introduced by Regina Loukotová, the university’s rector.

- Opening remarks -
- Introduction of ARCHIP school of architecture by the rector Regina Loukotová
- Presentation of the student projects in the style of pecha kucha. Each studio has chosen a representative to present a particular project. The chairs of the studios are Jaroslav Wertig (a69), Janek Schindler (Schindler-Seko architekti), Pavel Nasadil (FAM architekti), René Dlesk (RDTH)
- Discussion - ​​​Lukáš Vacek (ARCHIP), representatives of the studios (5 students of ARCHIP). Moderated by the representatives of young generation: ​ Kasimir Sutter Winter (ARCHIP, USA) and Olga Pexídrová (UNYP,CIEE)
- The final word -
Free entry  

The capacity is limited. Please reserve your seat via form below. 

Discussion will be held in English. 

A Vision for Prague? is a series of public discussions on current themes concerning the City of Prague. 

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