24th January – Three sessions of workshops and debates
FOR CITY DEVELOPMENT
UNIVERSITETSAULAEN, University of Bergen
Towards an unknown future, cities are challenged by urbanization, migration, new economic landscapes, the creation of mega-cities, climate change, the fourth industrial revolution and much more. To meet these challenges, cities are in need of new tools – new tools that negotiates the crossover of architecture, design, finance, banking, technology and real estate. There is a blurred connection between these areas. We will during the sessions dive into important questions and maybe come some step closer to an answer.
- 10:30 - 13:00
SMART CITIES, SMART SOCIETIES AND SMART TOOLS * smarte byer, smarte samfunn og smart planlegging
- 13:30 - 15:30
FINANCE, BANKING AND TECHNOLOGY * finans, bank og teknologi
- 15:30 - 18:00
REAL ESTATE, BUILDINGS AND TECHNOLOGY * eiendom, bygg og teknologi
Private and public sector
IDEAL VILLAGE SYMPOSIUM AND PARTY
Everyone invited. The Design Thinking summary with food and drinks will be held at the new Fine arts, music and design school designed by Snøhetta.
25th January – The Assembly stage for new insigths
FOR CITY DEVELOPMENT
GRIEGHALLEN, Peer Gynt salen
Using the backcloth of 24th three sessions, We step into the bright minds of international capacities and discover true inspirational talks by people that use and develop, innovate and explore new tools and methods for how to revitalize, redesign and plan cities for the future. A program full of surprises, and definitely talks in the high end scale of knowledge and competence.
- 25th January
THE NEW TOOLS FOR CITY DEVELOPMENT
Coffee and tea
THREE CITIES - DIFFERENT APPROACHES
From a Nordic perspective. We have invited three nordic cities to the stage.
A wonderful morning start.
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN AS TOOLS FOR CITY INNOVATION
Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun
Called the Willy Wonka of design, Nelly uses chaos as starting point for her projects.
Dr. Rachel Armstrong
Organic architecture is the solution
for future building sustainability. Rachel researches in how to grow architecture.
Dr. Barbara Imhof
Space architecture creates possibilites to build for robust and unfriendly environments.
Prof. Carlo Ratti
Using offshore technology to build new communities and buildings provides innovation in both city development and
NEW EVOLVING PROFESSIONS
Dr. Hannah Jones
Cities evolve and reshape the landscape of professions. New directions such as Design Thinking nurture on this.
Wellbeing and quality of life is challenged when cities have difficulties predicting the future.
The future is in need of new professions to handle with the world of differences.
THE UPSIDE-DOWN CITY
Geodata *not confirmed speaker
Looking at cities through a GIS map, GeoData uncover hidden secrets that forces conventional planning to look under ground before designing what´s to be built over ground.
IoT was not a trend. It is as real as how it participates more and more as part of our physical environments.
Siemens *not confirmed speaker
The city is digitally growing in the air and under-ground.
TECHNOLOGY IS THE NEW CURRENCY IN CITIES
Accelerate value from your own data through AI, and identify technology as the new currency in cities.
Disruptive cities forces new tools for city development to be developed. It is the
only response to negotiate a future we don´t know how will become.
SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!