In world of booming populations, what role do architects play in drafting innovative opportunities for density in our cities? How can architects make density desirable to all citizens? Furthermore, what “tricks of the trade” can architects use to add density in historic neighborhoods where new construction is impossible? To tackle these questions and more, the Van Alen Institute International Council and the Danish Architecture Centre present the panel discussion Drawing Intersections | Visions for Density in Architecture, an evening of conversation, presentation, questions, and ideas about how to create desirable and vibrant dense neighborhoods, in Europe and beyond.
Louis Becker, Henning Larsen
Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Bjarke Ingels Group
Carolina Bueno, Triptyque Architecture
Camilla van Deurs, Gehl Architects
Kirsten Murray, Olson Kundig Architects
Kim Herforth Nielsen, 3XN
Johannes Pedersen, NORD Architects
Tina Saaby, Chief Urban Designer, City of Copenhagen
Tomas Stokke, Haptic Architects
Steen S. Trojaborg, Dissing + Weitling
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is recommended.
Drawing Intersections | Visions for Density in Architecture is presented in collaboration with:
ABOUT THE VAN ALEN INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL
The Van Alen International Council is a platform for exchange among leading architects, designers, developers, and planners, representing practices across more than 26 cities and 15 countries. Members meet twice annually to identify and investigate issues facing cities around the world, and to guide the impact of the Institute’s public programming, research, and design competitions. Council members also convene with local policymakers, developers, researchers, and designers, identifying topics with potential for deeper exploration with Van Alen’s international audience.
The Council is led by Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and Kim Herforth Nielsen, 3XN.
And by the hospitality of trip hosts: