7 of MARCH | PAVILHÃO DO CONHECIMENTO | LISBON

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Not for a generation has there been greater speculation about the future role and composition of the city.

For most of recorded history, the city has served as the beating heart of civilization and the engine room of human advancement. Our economies, our infrastructure, our communities and our real estate are all built on the foundation of our cities; so much so that it is now difficult to conceive otherwise. However, the past few years have exposed undercurrents that both threaten this foundation and create new opportunities. These could in turn reframe how we think about real estate and society.

Program.

To be announced soon

9:00

9:45

Check in & Welcome Coffee (Art is What we make it exhibition)

9:45

9:55

Welcome to the future!

Eric van Leuven

Head of Portugal

10:00

10:40

“The Future of Cities”

Richard Pickering

Head of Innovation EMEA Cushman & Wakefield

10:40

11:00

To be Announced on the

8 of February

11:00

11:20

To be Announced on the

22 of February

11:20

11:40

Responsible Coffee Break by

CRESCER

11:40

12:20

Panel: “Is there a Crystal Ball for our cities?”

Moderation: Paulo Sarmento

Head of Transactional Services

12:20

12:30

Q&A

12:30

12:40

Closing remarks

Eric van Leuven

Head of Portugal

9:00

9:45

Check in & Welcome Coffee (Art is What we make it exhibition)

9:45

9:55

Welcome to the future!

Eric van Leuven

Head of Portugal

10:00

10:40

“The Future of Cities”

Richard Pickering

Head of Innovation EMEA Cushman & Wakefield

10:40

11:00

To be Announced on the

8 of February

11:00

11:20

To be Announced on the

22 of February

11:20

11:40

Responsible Coffee Break by

CRESCER

11:40

12:20

Panel: “Is there a Crystal Ball for our cities?”

Moderation: Paulo Sarmento

Head of Transactional Services

12:20

12:30

Q&A

12:30

12:40

Closing remarks

Eric van Leuven

Head of Portugal

SPEAKERS.

International renowned speakers will join us in a morning of provocative thinking, where we explore the forces for change and debate the implications of the future of cities for property investors and occupiers. 

Richard

Pickering

Head of Innovation EMEA

Cushman & Wakefield

Richard is a real estate strategist, thought leader and innovator. He is a futurist and keynote speaker on the evolution of real estate and publishes a regular industry blog and podcast on these subjects. He is co-author of the recently published book, ‘Reworking the Workplace’.

 

Trained as a lawyer and a chartered surveyor, Richard’s career has focused on urban renewal, economics, regeneration, technology and corporate strategy, in which areas he has advised leading developers, investors and the public sector.

 

Richard holds the role of Head of Innovation for Cushman & Wakefield in EMEA, where he drives business transformation to align with emerging industry value models.

Guto Requena

Creative Director

Estudio Guto Requena

Brazilian architect Guto Requena creates projects through the use of digital technologies, guided by sustainability, aiming to offer innovative and affective experiences. Estudio Guto Requena – based in São Paulo, Brazil – develops projects for buildings, interiors, urban planning, product design and interactive art.

 

The architectural and artistic production aimed at building better cities has earned the architect several national and international awards, who has exhibited his works in several countries.

 

With extensive research experience, Guto also teaches at institutions around the world and is a guest professor at the Université Sorbonne in Paris.

 

Since 2011, Guto has created, written and presented TV programs about architecture and design, with emphasis on the presentation of Queer Eye Brasil on Netflix. Guto still collaborates as a design critic writing for magazines and newspapers and in 2019 published his first book “Habitar Híbrido – Subjetividades e Arquitetura do Lar na Era Digital”.

Mark

Ivady

Total Workplace EMEA

Cushman & Wakefield

Mark is a distinguished location strategy expert, advising global occupiers on their business & location strategy.

 

He has a broad experience in various sectors such as technology, business services, life sciences and industrial across various regions including EMEA, LatAm and APAC.

 

He is leading a team of consultants and he tailors strategies to each project, ensuring alignment with clients’ unique objectives and key business drivers.

 

His expertise not only helps clients meet their goals but also drives cost savings, operational efficiencies, and talent attraction and retention

Richard

Pickering

Head of Innovation EMEA

Cushman & Wakefield

Richard is a real estate strategist, thought leader and innovator. He is a futurist and keynote speaker on the evolution of real estate and publishes a regular industry blog and podcast on these subjects. He is co-author of the recently published book, ‘Reworking the Workplace’.

 

Trained as a lawyer and a chartered surveyor, Richard’s career has focused on urban renewal, economics, regeneration, technology and corporate strategy, in which areas he has advised leading developers, investors and the public sector.

 

Richard holds the role of Head of Innovation for Cushman & Wakefield in EMEA, where he drives business transformation to align with emerging industry value models.

Guto

Requena

Creative Director

Estudio Guto Requena

Brazilian architect Guto Requena creates projects through the use of digital technologies, guided by sustainability, aiming to offer innovative and affective experiences. Estudio Guto Requena – based in São Paulo, Brazil – develops projects for buildings, interiors, urban planning, product design and interactive art.

 

The architectural and artistic production aimed at building better cities has earned the architect several national and international awards, who has exhibited his works in several countries.

 

With extensive research experience, Guto also teaches at institutions around the world and is a guest professor at the Université Sorbonne in Paris.

 

Since 2011, Guto has created, written and presented TV programs about architecture and design, with emphasis on the presentation of Queer Eye Brasil on Netflix. Guto still collaborates as a design critic writing for magazines and newspapers and in 2019 published his first book “Habitar Híbrido – Subjetividades e Arquitetura do Lar na Era Digital”.

Mark

Ivady

Total Workplace EMEA

Cushman & Wakefield

Mark is a distinguished location strategy expert, advising global occupiers on their business & location strategy.

 

He has a broad experience in various sectors such as technology, business services, life sciences and industrial across various regions including EMEA, LatAm and APAC.

 

He is leading a team of consultants and he tailors strategies to each project, ensuring alignment with clients’ unique objectives and key business drivers.

 

His expertise not only helps clients meet their goals but also drives cost savings, operational efficiencies, and talent attraction and retention

SOCIAL CORNER.

Delicious food with social impact and 0 waste. 

Have your joy and enjoy the welcome coffee and coffee break! All food in excess will be donated after the event.

🌯 Founded in 2001, CRESCER intervenes with excluded and vulnerable groups through the creation and implementation of community projects with multidisciplinary teams. It promotes risk reduction and damage minimization, health and works to improve the quality of life of the people it supports, foreseeing their societal inclusion. Currently, it is developing 14 projects – 9 community intervention projects, including technical street teams, Housing First and projects to welcome and promote the inclusion of refugee and migrants. It also has 5 social businesses (restaurants and catering services), which aim to train and promote the inclusion in the labor market of people who were homeless.

🎨 The exhibition “Art is what WE make it” will end at Future of Cities event. A project boosted by Cushman & Wakefield with the intention to promote Real Estate in Lisbon and help local communities via funding.

Find out more about this project

LOCATION.

Pavilhão do Conhecimento – Ciência Viva

Largo José Mariano Gago nº1, 1990-073, Lisboa

🍃 Whenever possible, use sustainable alternatives such as public transport or ride-hailing platforms.

We recommend you to take the subway and get off at Oriente station, which is just 750 meters from the entrance of Pavilhão do Conhecimento.

 

🚗 If you are aiming to bring your own vehicle please be informed that Parque da Doca is located just a few meters from Pavilhão do Conhecimento.

🍃 Whenever possible, use sustainable alternatives such as public transport or ride-hailing platforms.

We recommend you to take the subway and get off at Oriente station, which is just 750 meters from the entrance of Pavilhão do Conhecimento.

 

🚗 If you are aiming to bring your own vehicle please be informed that Parque da Doca is located just a few meters from Pavilhão do Conhecimento.

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