We have been invited to an open seminar (August 29-31, 1pm-5pm) as part of the larger symposium and series of events titled “Stockholm on the Move” in Stockholm, Sweden.
A series of open seminars on the infrastructure development of the Stockholm region are planned as part of the Orientation Course Stockholm on the Move organised by KTH, with invited guests, international experts and representatives from local stakeholders. Stockholm on the Move will also be an exhibition at the art and architecture institution Färgfabriken in the autumn 2012 where among other things the result from the work in the orientation course will be presented.
The seminars will consist of a series of thematically focused lectures that discuss future infrastructure and urban development from diverse perspectives and scales. Each day will consist of three to four lectures: by local stakeholders and two invited international guests. The days will have the following themes:
August 29: regional scale, large-scale projects and the effect on the city
August 30: bottom up approaches, the dynamic relation between infrastructure and the city.
August 31: technical aspects of infrastructures in the urban environment.”
In this symposium we will talk about Low Cost Cities and self-made neighborhoods.
Place: Färgfabriken (Lövholmsbrinken 1, Liljeholmen).
Time: Thursday August 30, 15.30 – 18.00.
Status: Open seminar, compulsory for students attending courses A52O1A and A42O1A.