Book Launch | Living Politics in the City | 11 May, Liège

Living Politics

Éric Le Coguiec and Pavel Kunysz are pleased to announce the publication of the book 'Living Politics in the City. Architecture as Catalyst for Public Space' in which they participated.

On the occasion of this release, a public launch is organized in Liège on Thursday, May 11 at the Faculty of Architecture. The event, in the presence of editor Carmen Popescu (ENSAPVS Paris Val de Seine) and Hilde Heynen (KU Leuven) will take place in the form of an open discussion.

The event will be followed by a drink.

 

Thursday 11 May 2023 at 18h00

Salle Capitulaire (Faculté d'Architecture ULiège)
Boulevard de la Constitution 41
4020 Liège

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