The Future Urban Habitat

  • Affordable Housing Conference - Norway x Czech Republic
  • About ProjectWe all have the right to affordable housing! There is a need for a new approach in housing supply, for groups that fall outside the commercial market but don’t qualify for social housing. The conference brings together an interdisciplinary team of experts (architects, lawyers, sociologists, politicians, economists) to explore affordable housing options. Norway, like the Czech Republic, is experimenting with ways to introduce a "third housing sector". The conference will facilitate the sharing of experiences between Norway and the Czech Republic. The conference will be followed by a lecture by Norwegian guests Arild Eriksen + Kathrine Standal + Oda Ellensdatter Solberg.
  • Date02.12.2022
  • LocationCAMP, Vyšehradská 51, Praha 2, Areál Emauzského kláštera
  • PresentersMarkéta Žáčková, Anna Marie Černá, David Tichý, Arild Eriksen, Jan Malý, Kathrine Emilie Standal, Jan Eisenreich, Martina Sieber, Gjermund Gorset, Martin Červinka, Martin Valovič, Matěj Draslar, Renata Fakašová, Yvette Vašourková, Igor Kovačević
  • OrganiserCCEA
  • Partners of the ProjectIPR Praha, CAMP, Kreativní Evropa
  • Project funded byEEA/Norway Funds 2014 - 2021
  • PatronageThe Czech Chamber of Architects

Registration for the conference is now closed. LINK, the lecture and the conference are free. The conference will be simultaneously translated.

The conference will have simutaneous translation

Program

The Future Urban Habitat
Perspectives from Norway and the Czech Republic
Affordable Housing Conference

10:00 10:00 The opening speech will be given by the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway Victor Conrad Rønneberg, Deputy Mayor of the Capital City of Prague. Petr Hlaváček and Yvette Vašourková on behalf of CCEA.

Roots
Moderated by Yvette Vašourková (CCEA MOBA)
10:15 - 10:25 Markéta Žáčková (Art and Architecture Historian, FFA Brno) – Karel Teige & affordable housing concepts.
10:25 - 10:35 Anna Marie Černá (FCE TCU) – Housing policy of the First republic.
10:35 - 10:45 David Tichý – Sustainable housing models
10:45 - 10:55 Arild Eriksen – Third
10:55 - 11:15 Panel Discussion / Q&A
11:15 - 11:45 Coffee Break

Approaches
Moderated by Vojtěch Kubát (Ministry of regional Development CZ)
11:45 - 11:55 Kathrine Emilie Standal – Affordable Housing Policies_ Habitat Norway NBOBY link
11:55 - 12:05 IPR – Jaromír Hainc, Director of the City Development Section – Prague Affordable Housing Strategy
12:05 - 12:15 Jan Malý Blažek from FSS MUNI – Participatory housing - ongoing research of TACR
12:15 - 12:25 Jan Eisenreich – Non-speculative legislation
12:25 - 12:35 Martina Sieber – Affordable housing through the lens of the Ministry of Finance
12:35 - 12:55 Panel Discussion / Q&A
12:55 - 14:00 Lunch break

Practice
Moderated by Petr Lešek (Czech Chamber of Architects)
14:00- 14:10 Gjermund Gorset – Svartlamon, the first ecological experimental neighbourhood in Norway, link Oda Ellensdatter Solberg/ The potential in an idea-based housing sector
14:10 - 14:20 Sdílené domy – Renata Farkašová – community living CZ
14:20 - 14:30 Martin Červinka – PDS Prague Development Company.
14:30 - 14:40 Igor Kovačević / Yvette Vašourková / Townhouses – projects of Prague city districts
14:40 - 14:50 Matěj Draslar – Existing cooperative model in Zurich.
14:50 - 15:10 Panel Discussion / Q&A
15:10 -15:30 Final discussion

19:00 - 20:30 Affordable Housing – Norway
Moderated by Nikita Polyakov (editor-in-chief of E15)

  1. Gjermund Gorset - Trondheim is the pilot municipality
  2. Oda Ellensdatter Solberg - Oslo is trying
  3. Arild Eriksen - A lot of pilot projects
  4. Kathrine Emilie Standal - But Trondheim is planning more