When we say ‘building a city from scratch’, what do we actually refer to? Do we imply that we are building cities from ‘nothing’ but why then non-urban areas are considered ‘nothing’ or are we more referring to the new perspective for the city with unexplored methods? These and many other questions will be addressed using MVRDV project Chengdu Sky Valley by our associate Kristina Knauf who will be participating in the panel discussion at Moscow Urban Forum on July 1.
Kristina Knauf is an associate and architect at MVRDV who shapes project processes for the Urban Studio from early acquisition stages to delivery, driving storyline, design, and the internal coordination of project development through different design phases. With a particular dedication to urbanism and resilience, Knauf champions the development of innovative methods, tools, and products that help to future-proof MVRDV’s office vision and the Urban Studio’s design strategies.
Moscow Urban Forum is one of the largest international congresses on the development challenges of global cities. The Forum has been held annually since 2011 and takes place in the center of Moscow, at Zaryadye Park. This year’s theme is ‘City from Scratch – How to build the most modern city’. Experts from real estate, consultancy and other industries will be joining Kristina in the session.
- Date and time: July 1 – 14:45 – 15:45 (CET).
- You can find more information about the event here.