June 9, 19:00 EEST
In March 2022, Kharkiv School of Architecture has been asking its international and national network to think about reconstruction of Ukraine. Since then, a growing group of experts meet each other to think about urban planning issues during and after the war.
Ro3kvit is a Ukrainian organization, with minimum 50% of its partners from Ukraine, with support of many international experts who have a strong connection with Ukraine. Research, design and policy advice evolve into new strategies and methodologies for rebuilding Ukraine better than it was before.
The project begins with a series of discussions on the challenges and prospects rethought by the post-war city of Ukraine. We want to invite you to this conversation, which will take place at Zoom (the link will be available here on the event day) this Thursday, June 9.
Lecturers are Robert Mull (an architect, educator and urbanist, founder member of the architecture collective NATO, Professor at the University of Brighton and Visiting Professor at Umeå University where he is developing the Global Free Unit) and Anastasiya Ponomaryova (an architect, researcher, co-founder of NGO Urban Curators and СO-HATY initiative).