Q&A Urban Questions _Copenhagen Answers
What makes a livable city? The official Danish contribution to the 12th La Biennale di Venezia features the city of Copenhagen with the exhibition “Q&A: Urban Questions _ Copenhagen Answers”
The official Danish contribution to the 12th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia promotes the concept of the "thinking city," posing urban questions and presenting the answers reached in Copenhagen.
It's not that the answers to crucial urban questions presented in Copenhagen are necessarily brilliant, or even entirely new. But Copenhagen is a thinking city, a city that insists on responding to the new urban questions.
Kent Martinussen, CEO, DAC, Commisioner
The audience is invited to visit the living lab of Copenhagen and explore how Copenhagen offers hundreds of architectural answers to the all-important question: what makes a livable city?
On August 27 Copenhagen X will host the opening talk and debate on the issues raised by the exhibition.
Ten years into the 21st century, it is clear that humans and the environment share the common destiny of cities. Only by creating sensible and sustainable urban communities can we ensure the welfare of the planet and its people.
Last updated Tuesday, January 21, 2014