Copenhagen Landscape Lectures: Autumn 2016 Program – Københavns Universitet

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Copenhagen Landscape Lectures: Autumn 2016 Program

All lectures are public and will be followed by an informal reception. For more information, follow us on Facebook (link) or on www.landscapelectures.dk

DESIGNING URBAN NATURE

 

7. September kl 16:30, Festauditoriet, Bülowsvej 17
Ali Mandanipour, Professor of Urban Design and the Director of Global Urban Research Unit at Newcastle University
City of Events

29. September kl 16:30, Von Langen, Rolighedsvej 23
Rikke Lequick Larsen
, Urban Space Architect, City of Copenhagen
Martin Odgaard, urban planner, Assistant Professor, Aarhus School of Architecture
Crucial issues concerning urban nature and urban biodiversity – Examples from Seattle and Denmark

4. Oktober 16:30, Festauditoriet, Bülowsvej 17
Pengjun Zhao, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning and the Director of Centre for Urban Planning & Transport Studies, Peking University
Sustainable cities – Chinese perspectives

10. November 16:30, Montichello, Rolighedsvej 23
Federico Cugurullo
, Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Manchester
Maria Hellstrøm Reimer, Professor in Design in Theory and Practice, Malmø University
Critical issues concerning Eco-cities, smart cities, sustainable cities

24. November at 17:00, Auditorium 3, Rolighedsvej 23
Tom Avermaete, Professor of Theories and Methods of Architecture, Technical University Delft and Veluxprofessor at the University of Copenhagen, Landscape and Planning
Constructing the Commons: Towards Another Conception of Urban Landscapes

15. December, Festauditoriet, Bülowsvej 17 at 16:30
Matthew Gandy, Professor of Cultural and Historical Geography and Fellow of King's College
Redefining Urban Nature

CLL is organised by The Research Group for Landscape Architecture and -Urbanism