In the discussion held at the Slovak Technical University we spoke about opportunities and obstacles how can Bratislava become greener city. Guests: Zuzana Hudekova, Boris Hrban, Dasa Effenbergerova, Patrik Krizansky, Michal Marcinov. Moderator: Milota Sidorova Language: Slovak
Architecture is a field in which ever more dominated by men. Their word carries more weight and confidence. Why is this so? The fact that architecture needs more women talking Milota Sidorová. Language: Slovak
Are we all equal when it comes to the use of public space? How different are the needs of men, women and other groups living in our cities? How can we create space that is offering its fair share to everyone? Language: English
Over the breakfast we were discussing the topic with three powerful women working in real-estate industry. Jana Musilova, Co-owner, vice-chair woman of LIKO-S, Nada Ptackova, CEO, Skanska Reality and Viktorie Souckova. Moderator: Milota Sidorova.
I presented a critical evaluation and patterns of participation case study of Dvorakovo nabrezi I concluded early spring in Prague. Where are joint moments of agreement among motivations of property owners, public, politicians? How do we increase the trust among parties and what are the costs of all of this?
Past years we, Central Europeans come across urban projects sharing similar features: blending edges of responsibilities, financing and know how between non-governmental, private & public sector. What we can learn from it and how we can improve our understanding of the other party? Language: English
The 5th International Gender Workshop: Women in the Public Spaces: When Personal Becomes Political was hosted by Heinrich Boll Foundation and featured series of invited lectures and workshops by experts from Tbilisi, Kyiv, Berlin, Moscow, Prague and Warsaw.
Discussion on how architecture and urban planning should be taught (not only) at universities so the students are able to respond to current urban challenges. Guests: Petra Havelska (UK, SK), Ahmed Belkhodja (PT), Lukas Sip (SK). Moderator: Milota Sidorova, Language: English
When we are talking about brownfields we tend to confuse them with creative clusters and there is a certain unstoppable idealism that each brownfield can be revitalized by cultural interference. Let's have a little methodical insight into brownfield status quo in Czech Republic and Prague particularly. Language: Slovak
At last the results of the socio-economic study I conducted in collaboration with a great team of Marko&Placemakers were presented to Bratislava public, politician. The study outlined major strategical steps for the future coordination of Obchodna street.
Viennese Mariahilferstrasse was reconstructed with extraordinary planning effort that included wide range of user, transportation and business needs. I presented this case study in a co-lecture on the topic transformations of urban boulevards and axes.