On Monday 9 October, Pop-Up City will be hosting a public event at Zoku Amsterdam to discuss the future of urban living with real estate experts, architects, and housing associations.
Costs of living space in cities are on the rise. For the first time in centuries, the average size of a person’s living space is decreasing. This trend is leading to new lifestyles and smaller forms of housing. Micro-living and co-living are the newest developments in urban living. How is this affecting the city? Is it a temporary or lasting trend? And in what way can we realize attractive forms of micro-living in the Netherlands?
On Monday 9 October, Pop-Up City will be hosting a public event at Zoku Amsterdam to discuss the future of urban living. Wrapping up a three-day Pop-Up City Trip in London and Amsterdam, we reflect on the latest trends in urban living and the implications they (may) have on cities. A group of urban experts will share their insights from the Pop-Up City Trip, and together we will discuss the future of urban living in Amsterdam. Expect an evening filled with inspiring co-living and micro-living projects from London and Amsterdam, and contributions from urban experts.
Venue: Zoku, Weesperstraat 105, Amsterdam