On the 2nd of June the IABR-Atelier Brussels: The Productive Metropolis presents the results of its design research in the setting of the main exhibition of the IABR–2016–THE NEXT ECONOMY, together with the designers.

picture: Bas Bogaerts

Presentations and debate with: Kristiaan Borret (Master Architect Brussels)
, Mark Brearley (Atelier Master/Cass Cities London), Marco Broekman (IABR–Atelier Rotterdam), Nadia Casabella (ULB-LoUIsE)
, Olv Klijn (Fabric)
– Radim Louda (Central)
, Yves Malysse (URA)
 and Ward Verbakel (Plusoffice architects)
. Moderator: Joachim declerck (AWB).

Time: doors open 9:30, program 10:00 - 12:30
Location: Fenixloods II, Paul Nijghkade 19, Rotterdam
Language: English
Admission fee: none, provided you can produce a valid exhibition ticket.
A reservation in advance is recommended and can be made here.

IABR–Atelier Brussels
A good city combines living and working. However, this requires a spatial-economic approach that gives again production activities a place in our cities and urbanized regions. But how can we as designers and administrators actively implement quality space for the future economy? Can architecture and urban planning contribute to a more sustainable, urban anchored and socially inclusive economy?