Shared Cities Ideas Yard: ICONIC RUINS?

17|04|2019, PRAGUE: Photo-Reportage

ICONIC RUINS? exhibition

Photos from our event Shared Cities Ideas Yard: ICONIC RUINS? that took place on April 17, 2019 in the gallery of the Czech Centres in Prague.

 

The participants of the panel discussion f.l.t.r.: Igor Kovačević (moderator, Centre for Central European Architecture, Prague), Henrieta Moravčíková (architectural historian, SK), Ján Studený (VŠVU, SK), Vít Halada (VŠVU, SK), Petr Vorlík (architectural historian, CZ), Anna Cymer (architectural historian, PL), Dániel Kovács (architectural historian, HU)

ICONIC RUINS? panel discussion

©Anna Pleslová

 

The interested audience

ICONIC RUINS? visitors

©Anna Pleslová

 

Igor Kovačević moderated the discussion

ICONIC RUINS? moderator

©Anna Pleslová

 

The gallery space of Czech Centre in Prague

ICONIC RUINS? view

©Anna Pleslová

 

Visitors at the exhibition

ICONIC RUINS? exhibition

©Anna Pleslová

 

 

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This event took place in the gallery of the Czech Centres in Prague as part of the Shared Cities Ideas Yards event series. We invite inspirational experts to present new approaches in sharing of knowledge, experience and data, in community engagement and the use of cutting-edge technology to improve the quality of urban life.

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