How the Built Environment Shapes Our Lives
Keynote speaker: Sarah W. Goldhagen, New York based architecture critic
This spring BLOXHUB opens its doors, marking a new era in innovating sustainable urbanization across architecture, urban development, construction and digitization. Join us on March 5, and let us introduce you to the BLOXHUB Science Forum, BLOXHUB’s cross-disciplinary industrial research network. BLOXHUB Science Forum provides a cross-disciplinary third space for academics and professionals to explore common ground. We facilitate events that frame the right problems and questions on the road to sustainable cities.
At this BLOXHUB Science Forum afternoon session, you will meet Sarah W. Goldhagen, a New York-based leading architecture critic. Sarah will share her thoughts on how the built environment shapes our lives. After the presentation, there is room for discussion in a workshop setting, followed by drinks. The event provides an excellent opportunity to meet fellow researchers, PhDs, and professionals that share an interest in working on a sustainable future for cities.
For further details on Sarah’s work, check out her personal homepage.
2.30-3.00 p.m. Sign-in and coffee
3.00-3.15 p.m. Welcome
3.15-4.15 p.m. Sarah W. Goldhagen: How the built environment shapes our lives
4.00-4.30 p.m. Group discussions
4.30-5.00 p.m. Plenary debate
5.00-6.00 p.m. Bubbles and networking
About Science Forum
BLOXHUB Science Forum was originally launched in November 2016. The purpose is to strengthen Danish researchers' ability to innovate and bridge the newest research across science institutions with leading Danish businesses. The Science Forum thus aims to bring together Danish industrial researchers, fellows and postdocs with the most creative and future-oriented businesses within architecture, design, construction and digitalization.