You will find Ramboll’s booth at the Danish Pavilion on Level 1, L1-L30. Let’s meet and discuss how integrated solutions may improve urban liveability. You can also experience some of our projects in Virtual Reality and participate in our unofficial World Championship for juggling the UN Sustainable Development Goals!
As part of the Water Convention, Christian Nyerup Nielsen, Director in our global division for Climate Adaptation & Landscape Architecture, will be giving a presentation on the award-winning Soul of Nørrebro project.
The title of the presentation is ‘Soul of Nørrebro - Innovative Climate Adaptation Process as an Instrument for Increased Urban Quality and Resiliency at A District Scale’, and it will take place Tuesday 10 July in the room BEGONIA JR 3211, Level 3. Click for more details.
Together with the other companies represented on the Danish Pavilion Ramboll will be part of a Business Forum taking place Tuesday 10 July 2018 from 3PM to 5:30PM at Hibiscus 3701A/B on Level 3.
At this event, representatives from different cities will be sharing challenges and best practice and join us in discussing how sophisticated planning and integrated solutions within areas like water, energy, environment and buildings can shape smart and sustainable cities in the future.
You are hereby invited to join our reception at the Danish Pavilion Tuesday evening 6:00 – 8:00 PM. A great opportunity for relaxed and amusing mingling!
On Wednesday the 11th of July my colleague Anton Siura, Associate and Landscape Architect at Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl, will be among the presenters at the official World Cities Summit site trip to the exciting Kampung Admiralty facility.
Aimed at promoting active living and social interaction among the community, Kampung Admiralty is the first development in Singapore to fully integrate housing for the elderly.
Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl has designed the greenery and stormwater and irrigation management. The project received a Skyrise Greenery Award in 2017 and World Architecture Festival Award 2016. Click for more information.