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Intro

Josef Smutný

Josef Smutný, Prague, Czech republic

Architect, head of the non-profit organisation Člověk a prostor. Since 1997 he is leading his own architecture studio. From 2011 until 2014 he was vice chairman of the board of directors of the Czech Chamber of Architects and until today he is actively involved in the international working group which represents the chamber in The Architects’ Council of Europe regarding the topic of environment sustainable architecture, urban issues and the agenda of political architecture. He is also consulting the mayor of the City of Liberec. 

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Martin Kloda

Martin Kloda, Prague, Czech republic

Architect. From 1994 until 2010 he collaborated with Martin Rajniš on many projects. Since 2012 he is leading his own studio. He is currently a doctorate student at the Faculty of Architecture. Furthermore, he is a member of the association Člověk a prostor and of the platform Metropolitní Praha.

Jiří Plos

Jiří Plos, Prague, Czech republic

Graduated from the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University in Prague, with a focus on history and theory of architecture. In the past, he worked as secretary of the head of the Czech Chamber of Architecture. Today, he is teaching Law and Urbanism. He is specialised in applied research, publishing, lecturing and expert consulting focusing on legislation related to construction and professional performance of chartered architects. He is also an expert consultant in heritage legislation and environmental legislation, including nature and landscape conservation. 

Peter Gero

Peter Gero, Hamburg, Germany

Architect and urban planner initially from Slovakia. He worked for 12 years as planning and development director of the central districts of Hamburg. Professional guarantor of the project Trenčín is YOU - Trenčín si TY (creation of the land use plan of the central zone of the city Trenčín).

Bette Lundh Malmros - Stockholm

Bette Lundh Malmros, Stockholm, Swede

Regional planner and landscape architect. Bette works as a project manager at the Growth and Regional Planning Administration within Stockholm County Council. She works mainly with regional land use planning, urban planning and sustainable development in the context of the Regional Development plan of Stockholm region (RUFS). Previously, she was responsible for development of the Green Wedge concept in the Stockholm region. Bette has also worked at the National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, as a city planner and as a consultant. 

Marja van Nieuwkoop - Amsterdam

Marja van Nieuwkoop, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Marja van Nieuwkoop is a graduate of the Reinwardt Academy for Cultural Heritage and has followed a minor in environmental sciences at University of Amsterdam. She has a longstanding professional career in environmental education and communication, environmental and landscape policy. Since february 2016, she works as senior landscape planner/policy advisor for the department of Spatial Planning and Environment and is member of the project team metropolitan landscape of Amsterdam. Mrs. Van Nieuwkoop works on water safety, bicycle network and the impact of urbanisation on landscape.

Giuseppe Ciná - Torino

Giuseppe Cinà, Torino, Italy 

Architect and specialist in Urban and Territorial Planning.  Author of numerous architectural projects and town planning schemes, engaged in several educational and research activities, author of numerous researches, articles and books concerning various aspects of planning. From 1985, Associate Member of National Planning Institute. From 1990, Member of a special list of engineers and architects for the cooperation with the emergent countries, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Italy. From 2004, Associate Professor, FAG, Unige; at present; Politecnico of Turin, 2nd Faculty of Architecture.

Antoni Vives - Barcelona

Antoni Vives, Barcelona, Spain

Former Deputy Mayor of Barcelona (2011-2015), political advisor, analyst and international consultant on smart cities and urban innovation. Previously, he held several positions in the Catalan Government. During his tenure in Barcelona he led the recent smart urban transformation. He consults for city, national governments and companies on Disruptive Political Agendas, Smart Cities and City Anatomy. He is currently engaged in several projects in Europe, America, Africa and Central Asia.

Koos van Zanen - Amsterdam

Koos van Zanen, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Chief urban planner for the City of Amsterdam. He is a specialist in housing related to spatial planning and livability. He was editor-in-chief of the current Structural Vision Amsterdam 2040 (2011) and is highly involved in the preparations for the new edition of this spatial policy document. He also contributes to the housing development strategy for the city and the metropolitan area.

Martin Klamt - Munich

Martin Klamt, Munich, Germany

Member of the zoning planning department of Munich Magistrate, graduate in socio-economic geography, political science and legal science in Munich, leader of research on maintenance of democratic systems and strategy of sustainable urbanism.

Jiří Klokočka

Jiří Klokočka, Kortrijk, Belgium

Architect and urban planner of the city of Kortrijk (Belgium), former secretary of the Union of Flemish Urban Planners and current president of the Commissions for Architecture and Urban Planning in the following cities: Deerlijk, Kuurne, Lendelede, Zwevegem / Harelbeke, Menen & Wortegem-Petegem, head of the urban Design Studios at KU Leuven, FUA TU Liberec and Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

Petr Gero - Hamburg

Peter Gero, Hamburg, Germany

Architect and urban planner initially from Slovakia. He worked for 12 years as planning and development director of the central districts of Hamburg. Professional guarantor of the project Trenčín is YOU - Trenčín si TY (creation of the land use plan of the central zone of the city Trenčín).

Jaromír Hainc

Jaromír Hainc, Prague, Czech republic

Architect and urban planner, secretary in the Office of the Metropolitan Plan at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development and is also dedicated to the international cooperation (OECD, EUROCITIES). He completed his doctorate in the field of urbanism and city planning at the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague. Currently, he is researching at CTU.

Roman Koucký

Roman Koucký, Prague, Czech republic

Architect, urban planner and teacher at the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague. He established his own architectural office in 1991. He has a longstanding record of land-use planning projects. In 2012 he was appointed to become a head of the Metropolitan Plan Office.

Martin Kubeš

Martin Kubeš, Prague, Czech republic

Geographer and landscape ecologist, chartered architect with a specialisation in territorial systems of ecological stability. He is project architect of the local plan. For 20 years he worked independently and since 2012 he has been a part of the office of the Metropolitan Plan at the Institute of Planning and Development as a specialist for landscape.

Roman Koucký

Roman Koucký, Prague, Czech republic

Architect, urban planner and teacher at the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague. He established his own architectural office in 1991. He has a longstanding record of land-use planning projects. In 2012 he was appointed to become a head of the Metropolitan Plan Office.

Final discussion