Pr Carlos Moreno is pleased to have participated to the 2023 UIA World Congress of Architects in Copenhagen, during which he took part in a number of events.
-He joined one of the main sessions of the congress: “Green and Thriving Neighbourhoods” organised by the C40 on July 4th focusing on how cities worldwide are using urban planning and design to significantly reduce emissions while improving people’s quality of life, health, and wellbeing.
-He took part in a round table discussion organised by the Realdania Foundation titled ‘Designing for resilience and quality of life – lessons from the pandemic.’, which explored the need to rethink and redesign our built environment, focusing on healthy daily living, community spaces, and prioritizing nature, connectivity, and resilience in urban landscapes, drawing lessons from the COVID pandemic and presenting new principles for designing and constructing for health and resilience.
-He also took part in OBEL AWARD prize winners round table together with the 2020 recipient Anna Heringer and other prominent voices within architecture and urbanism. Photos here
-He was part of a fireside chat with Jan Gehl on the subject of people-centred design and proximities.
-He took part in a conference organised by the Consiglio Nazionale degli Architetti Pianificatori Paesaggisti e Conservatori (CNAPPC) titled “Proximity in the small town of tomorrow”