EFFEKT Architect Kasper Reimer is joinig a public debate focusing on co-living, hosted by CPH Village on October 1st.
As the population of the cities is growing, present and future housing are under scrutiny, as they must be affordable as well as function optimally on fewer square meters and match different generations, population groups and new types of family units.
Co-living is becoming more and more popular, but what is really behind the word "co-live"? What does it take for us, as citizens, neighbors, architects and developers, to create a framework that matches the increasing need for communities and sustainability?
These themes, as well as first-hand experiences with building and operating homes and communities, will be discussed among the panelists which include: Kasper Reimer from EFFEKT, Kåre Poulsgaard from GXN, Frederik Noltenius Busck from CPH Village and Lars Lundbye from Almenr. The panel is moderated by journalist Marie Kraul from Politiken Byrum.
The debate is taking place on Tuesday, October 1st at 16.00 at the CPH Village Community Space on Refshaleøen. The event is in Danish with free admittance. Online registration is necessary.