British architect to speak about making life in the city more comfortable
On 10 September, British architect and urbanist Peter Fink will deliver a lecture, entitled ‘Social Stability and Environmental Sustainability as Key Features of the Living Environment of Cities in the XXI century,’ at the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Museum and Exhibition Centre. The architect will speak about how to make cities more comfortable and attractive for living, working, entertainment plus recreation.
Peter Fink develops art projects for urban spaces all around the world, creates development strategies in the art world and writes books on architecture and public art. His works have been published in Europe, North America as well as in Asia.
The lecture will be delivered in English with a translation.
The lecture will be held as part of the VDNKh summer educational programme, which was launched in 2016. The programme’s events will be held at various venues: in the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Museum and Exhibition Centre, at the City Farm, the House of Crafts and the chess club. There will be lectures on history and architecture of VDNKh, neurotechnology and pedagogics, start-ups and business development, and genres of music and literature. Over 200 events have already taken place under the programme.