Due to the current Europe-wide ban on mass events, the third year of URBIS Smart City Fair 2020 will take place in September for the first time. Event will built on last year's intensive public debate on the implementation of smart solutions in our cities and municipalities. It will again create a platform for sharing ideas, presenting solutions and good practices not only within Central Europe.
The international idea competition to transform part of the heating plant complex in Špitálka Street and its surroundings has brought new and novel solutions to the city from various parts of the world - Poland, Belgium, Japan and Singapore. The city will now select the best ideas to use for the award of a land-use study from the top-rated designs. All twenty-seven designs can be seen at exhibition in Brno Urban Centre at the Old Town Hall from June 20 to July 31, 2019. Admission is free.
URBIS Smart City Fair 2019 will build on last year's premiere, which started an intensive public debate on the implementation of smart solutions in our cities and municipalities. It will again create a platform for sharing ideas, presenting solutions and good practices not only within Central Europe. The venue of the fair will be pavilions G1, G2 and nearby open spaces.
From the Exhibition Centre to the Leisure Time Centre in Bystrc. In more than seventy visualisations we present seven architectural and urban planning competitions which we have prepared for the city and its districts over more than two years of our activity. All the best-evaluated designs from six competitions and the terms of reference of the latest one – the shape of the smart district of Špitálka – can be seen at the Urban Centre in Brno, at the Old Town Hall, from 14 February to 22 March 20...
On 28 August 2018, an informal tour of the plant of the company Teplárny Brno took place as part of the preparation of the announcement of an urban planning competition for the Špitálka area, with subsequent discussion of the terms of reference of the competition. The initiative took place in the presence of landowners, representatives of the Office of the City Architect and representatives of the city of Brno.