This program is part of a series of four Atelier-Cafés that are being organized during the first part of IABR–2018+2020–THE MISSING LINK. Central to this series are the findings of students from the Hogeschool Rotterdam and Delft University of Technology, who are working together with EMI and De Veldacademie in the Fieldlab Social Resilience.
Today, in the last in the series of Atelier-Cafés, we’ll discuss (student) housing, the economy, urban design and social cohesion. We’ll look at how studying, just like living, working and recreating, can be optimally integrated in the city, and why it can only then be really resilient.
The focus is on residential building the Cubust, which could be a solution. The Cubust approaches the seven qualities of resilience from an architectural and social perspective, and translates these into design principles. During this Atelier-Café, experts, partners and students, together with Nicole van Dijk from Museum Rotterdam, will talk to each other about this unique project.
location: HAKA Building
date: June 28
time: 10:00 am - 12:00