AHK Romania announces the presence of Andreas Kipar in the central panel of Cities of Tomorrow #9 – Green Cities

Mihai-Alexandru Cristea 25/08/2021 | 17:27

AHK Romania is pleased to announce the presence of Andreas Kipar in the central panel of the Cities of Tomorrow #9 – Green Cities conference.

Architect, landscape architect and urban planner Andreas Kipar is the founder and creative director of the international landscape architecture studio LAND, with offices in Germany, Italy and Switzerland. He is the creator of Milan’s “Green Rays” model, which connects different areas of the city to encourage a new slow mobility from the centre to the periphery. This model, internationally recognized as a pioneering model of green urbanism, has also had subsequent applications in Essen, European Green Capital 2017, and the award-winning Smart City Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye in Moscow.

Andreas Kipar and his team are currently overseeing the landscaping for EXPO 2020 in Dubai and will tell us about his vision for green cities on 16 September from 15:00-16:30.

Sign up now for Cities of Tomorrow #9 – Green Cities  – the 20% early-bird discount is still valid! The registration form is available here: https://bit.ly/386tiGI

As media partners of the conference, Business Review offers its readers a 10% discount with the BUSINESSREVIEW10 code (this code can be entered in the registration form in the event code section).

Visit http://www.citiesoftomorrow.ro/ to consult the event agenda, round tables and stay up to date.

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