As a visual artist it was something of a novelty to be attending an academic seminar broadly designed for architects, urban planners and other professionals from this area. But since our mapping project began in...Read more
The Child in the City International Seminar in Antwerp accomplished its goal, it was inspiring, thought-provoking, and left delegates with concrete steps to take.
The two-day event was packed with four keynote speakers, eight parallel sessions...Read more
Arup and The Bernard van Leer Foundation (BvLF) have partnered and developed a virtual reality experience that allows users to ‘virtually’ halve in size and become 95cm tall, the height of a 3-year-old. They have...Read more
For each day of the Child in the City International Seminar in Antwerp, there will be a different chairwoman present to oversee the proceedings of the day. Meet the chairwomen for the seminar ‘Children in...Read more
We intrinsically know that cities are made up of bricks and mortar… from buildings, bridges and highways to other hard assets. But increasingly, urbanists are using the analogy of a ‘living organism’ to describe cities,...Read more
Jinnih Beels is Antwerp’s Alderwoman for Education, Youth and Integration. In this interview, she outlines the city of Antwerp’s plans and policies regarding sustainability and child friendly practices. Beels also argues, the city of Antwerp...Read more
Children in the city don’t always live within walking distance from parks or green playspaces. To give every child the opportunity to enjoy a green playspace, the city of Antwerp encourages schools and daycares to transform...Read more
During the upcoming Child in the City International Seminar in Antwerp, Belgium five field trips have been planned. The field trips provide delegates with an opportunity to see first hand how the city of Antwerp...Read more
Registration is open for the upcoming Child in the City International Seminar in Antwerp. The seminar will present the latest knowledge and insights on Children in the sustainable city.
The two-day seminar takes place on 20-21 May...Read more