Shared Living and the Sustainable City
Tursday 10th October 14:00-16:00
Format: Statements and debate
In Denmark, we are experiencing a great demand for new ways of living together. Senior housing communities, cross-generational communities, family communities are being built and new inclusive housing types are created, where students and refugees, for example, live together.
This demand is driven both by a desire for good life in a well-functioning community and by a desire to live resource-conscious by sharing space and things rather than owning a private home. Shared Living, as such, is a great bid for how we can live like tomorrow with higher quality of life and lower climate footprint.
“Shared Living and the Sustainable City” brings together Danish and international players to discuss the role of new community-oriented housing forms in the sustainable city of the future.
Can Shared Living be the way to lower climate footprint and resource consumption?
Can Shared Living be the way to cities with joy of life and social cohesion?
Can Shared Living be the way to smaller and cheaper homes with more everyday qualities?
- PensionDanmark, Senior Vice President Marius Møller
- Realdania, Project Director Mette Margrethe Elf
- Effekt, COO Mikkel Bøgh based on Urban Village
- WE DO DEMOCRACY, Partner Johan Galster based on Venligbolig+
- KADK, Assistant Professor Anne Romme based on Dutch and German building groups
- Andel, Partner Rasmus Rune Nielsen based on The Balance
|Time 14:00-16:00||Organisation PensionDanmark|
|Location BLOXHUB, Arena. Bryghuspladsen 8, Entrance C, 3rd floor, 1473 København||Contact person email@example.com|
|Maximum number of participants 60||Registration closed|