În cadrul acestui webinar, Rozálie Kašparová, arhitect, Judita Eisenberger, urbanist și specialist relații internaționale în cadrul Institutului de Planificare și Dezvoltare Urbană din Praga (IPR Praga), împreună cu arh. Daniela Calciu, abordează tema planificării urbane din Praga.
Invitații vorbesc despre rolul IPR în planificarea generală și funcționarea orașului Praga, despre o serie de proiecte și inițiative inovatoare și de complexități și dimensiuni variate din spațiul public și, de asemenea, despre instrumentele ce asigură calitatea în revitalizarea și reconstrucția acestor spații.
During this webinar, addressed particularly to architects from the public administration, you will learn about the role of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development in the overall planning and functioning of the City of Prague. You will also hear about a number of inspiring, innovative initiatives happening at a variety of scales in Prague’s public spaces, as well as different instruments for ensuring the high quality reconstruction of these spaces.
Rozálie Kašparová, Architect
After studying in Sweden, architect Rozálie Kašparová returned to Prague, where at the Public Space Office of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development she has been working on public space projects of various scales. These projects range from the smallest detail of the city such as the Prague Chairs & Tables project, to the revitalization of Karlovo náměstí, where the design was selected through an innovative competitive dialogue procurement process, to large-scale strategic concepts as Rohanský ostrov. All of the projects include a social dimension, use participative methods, and seek to create inclusive public spaces in Prague.
Judita Eisenberger, Urban Planner and International Relations Specialist
Judita Eisenberger is an International Relations Specialist at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development, where she promotes cooperation and knowledge exchange with other cities and planning institutions throughout the world. Prior to her work in Prague, Judita was a senior urban planner in New York and Abu Dhabi and an international development specialist in Washington, DC. She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in Urban Planning from New York University. In addition to furthering IPR’s international agenda, Judita is engaged in exploring new approaches to food security, policy, and food waste reduction.
Daniela Calciu, Architect
Daniela CALCIU is Heritage Director of the National Museum of Contemporary Art, and assisting professor of architectural design at the “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism. She also develops action research projects with the Association for Urban Transition, to craft new modes of collaboration between academia, professionals, and urban communities, to empower and accompany citizens from all backgrounds to engage with transformative processes of their neighborhood and city. Awards and recognitions include bursaries from UNESCO, CNRS, TATE Modern, and IWM Wien, the Fulbright Junior Award at the University of Cincinnati, and a Harvard-Getty post-doctoral research seminar; all subsumed to the issue of the changing roles and responsibilities of architects in the 21st century.