The Danish American Chamber of Commerce has the great pleasure of inviting you to a VIP Tour of the "Copenhagen Solutions" exhibition, given by Tina Saaby, City Architect of the City of Copenhagen.
Starting 5 PM sharp (Tuesday, April 8), City ArchitectTina Saaby will give a private tour of the exhibition and talk about the many exciting initiatives in Copenhagen within green city development.
After the event, DACC members are welcome to participate in the AIA Evening Program, taking place between 6 PM - 8 PM, where the focus is on water and sustainable city development; how the integration of urban planning, infrastructure and new technologies is redefining not only how cities cope with climate change but also how they improve conditions of human life.
Evening Event Speakers:
Bjarke Ingel, AIA, Founder, BIG
Jesper Kjelds, Danish Hydraulic Institute
Doug Friend, COWI Ocean and Coastal Consultants
Roland Lewis, President and CEO, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance
Tina Saaby, City Architect of Copenhagen
The event is concluded with a wine reception sponsored by State of Green.
5.00-6.00 PM: Private Tour
6.00-8.00 PM: Evening Program (incl. wine reception)
HOW TO REGISTER:
There are only 15 spots, so sign up today (and no later than April 4). To sign up, please send an email to email@example.com and let us know whether you will be participating in one or both of:
1) The VIP Tour
2) The Evening Program (incl. wine reception)
The Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY 10012
- There are only 15 spots - first come, first serve.
- This event is open for Sustaining, Corporate, Small Business and Individual Members of the DACC.
ABOUT TINA SAABY:
Tina Saaby is Architect MAA, educated from the The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture in 1997. Tina Saaby has been the City Architect of Copenhagen since September 2010. She was previously Vice President of the Danish Architects´ Association. Tina has experience as a sketching and designing architect partly as a leader and partner of Witraz Architects. Tina Saaby is a member of the Think Tank ”The city 2025” by the Danish Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs. Furthermore, Tina is Chairman of the Advisory board of the employer panel at The Royal Academy of Art.