Element Urban Talks in Krakow

2018-12-02
The Element Urban Talks is a conference for architects, landscape architects, interior designers, designers, officials, urban activists and visionaries, who are not indifferent to the future and functioning of cities. The event will abound in lectures, workshops and intimate consultations with architects and scientists from around the world. In addition, speakers (including architects, designers and civil servants) will share their experiences and show how they solve specific everyday problems. They will talk about urban development strategies, transport and technology, and the challenges that we and future generations face.

The Nowa Huta Cultural Center will also host trade fairs specially selected for Urban Talks, and everyone will have the opportunity to take part in networking sessions and architectural walks.

The International Cultural Center invited conference participants to one of the Sunday architectural walks, during which they will visit the exhibition "Architecture of independence in Central Europe", presenting social and cultural changes that took place in the region during the 20-year peace after the Great War. The title "architecture" had to deal with various problems then, and the exhibition includes archival projects, period photographs, films, visualizations, models and maps facilitating orientation in changing borders.

 
The International Cultural Center invited conference participants to one of the Sunday architectural walks, during which they will visit the exhibition "Architecture of Independence in Central Europe", presenting social and cultural changes that took place in the region during the 20-year peace after the Great War. The title "architecture" had to deal with various problems then, and the exhibition includes archival projects, period photographs, films, visualizations, models and maps facilitating orientation in changing borders.
 
The International Cultural Center invited conference participants to one of the Sunday architectural walks, during which they will visit the exhibition "Architecture of Independence in Central Europe", presenting social and cultural changes that took place in the region during the 20-year peace after the Great War. The title "architecture" had to deal with various problems then, and the exhibition includes archival projects, period photographs, films, visualizations, models and maps facilitating orientation in changing borders.
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