Cities of Tomorrow #8

BUCHAREST | MARCH 24th­ 2020
JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel

Cities of Tomorrow #8

No people, no cities. Let’s set the wheels in motion and prepare cities for the ebb and flow of migration.

Grow or Shrink – do it Smart!

This is what Cities of Tomorrow #8 is all about

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Past Speakers

Dipl. Ing. Thomas Madreiter – Director of Urban Planning City of Vienna

Thomas Madreiter is a urban planning Director since January 2013 and has been Head of the Competence Center for Higher Level Urban Planning, Smart City Strategy, Participation and Gender Planning in the City of Vienna’s Municipal Department.

He has been coordinating Smart City Vienna since 2010.

Arch. Reinhard Joecks – Partner FOSTER AND PARTNERS

Reinhard Joecks joined Foster + Partners in Germany in 1994, became a partner in 2005. During his time at the practice he has worked on cultural projects, masterplans and office headquarters in Europe and the Middle East including the Gerling Ring Karree in Cologne.

Recent work has included a masterplan for the city of Duisburg and the Black Sea Gardens eco-village in Bulgaria. He has most recently been involved with masterplans and mixed-use developments in Singapore, Tripoli, Baku and Casablanca.

Dr. Eng. Michael Horodniceanu – President of MTA Capital Construction

Michael Horodniceanu, Ph.D., P.E., is the President of MTA Capital Construction. He leads the largest transit infrastructure construction program in the United States, overseeing $20+ billion projects. Dr. Horodniceanu served as New York City’s Traffic Commissioner and he is a recognized expert in the field of transportation infrastructure, with over 35 years of leadership experience in the public and private sectors.

Prof. Arch. Stephan Braunfels – Director Stephan Braunfels Architekten BDA

Stephan Braunfels designed, as an advisor to the City of Dresden in 1991-1993, the master plan for the reconstruction of the historic city centre.

The first major competition he won was for Munich’s Pinakothek der Moderne in 1992 which opened in late 2002 and was considered one of the largest new museums in Germany. In addition to designs realized in Mexico, Italy, USA and Qatar the office is currently planning a new administrative building for the European Commission in Luxemburg as well as a cultural and conference centre in China.

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Impressions from Cities of Tomorrow #7

AHK Romania | German-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Calea Grivitei 82-98 et. 1, Building The Mark, Corp The Podium, 010736 Bucuresti