For you only: Sneak peak of the amazing publication and invitation for lunch

I think this is the key way to go…..rather than thinking of Songdo as the model.
– Saskia Sassen, professor, Columbia University, on “Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption”

Many urban areas – both buildings, services and urban activity – are dilapidating. Smart urban services provide new jobs and make cities more livable. The strongest urban vitality comes from the engagement of locals, the existence of good services and fit infrastructure. ”Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption” publication introduces a new way to develop vibrant and smart cities. Join the launch lunch on 6th November in Stockholm. Or browse a short teaser of the publication here. If you can’t make it to the launch, fill in your email in the registration form and tell in the additional info box that you can’t join the lunch. We will send you a copy after the launch.

Past two years KTH CESC, Demos Helsinki and 12 other Nordic cities, companies and universities have worked on how actors of built environment can push our cities onto a new path of success by improving inhabitants’ experience through incorporating a new wave of smart urban services to existing urban environments. “Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption” collects in a beautiful way the learnings, tests, urban renewal models and scenarios developed.

Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption is an excellent example of the city of ideas. The future city is the outcome of everybody’s right to urban life, an urban life that is not only meaningful but also playful, filled with creativity and dialogue.” – Peter Ache, Professor, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University

I agree with everything I read. I am grateful that you (and apparently others) believe that the your existing urban structure and building stock form the foundation for growth. Ah, how we humans have evolved! – Jeff Speck, City Planner & Urban Designer

I love the idea of Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption because of its approach of our cities largely already being built, certainly in the western world. We need a 21st century solution for 21st century cities. – Dan Hill, Arup

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