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The Next Space

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With The Next Space Frame launches a think-tank on the future of spaces.

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On 21 October, during Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, Frame will establish a one-day cultural accelerator to explore what’s next for spatial design in a truly holistic, future-facing way.

The Next Space is an iterative think-tank that results in a whitepaper that redefines how we conceive, inhabit and make use of space across key sectors. Attendees formulate new concepts aimed at increasing human wellbeing while reducing impact on the planet. The event’s ambition is to compile a set of guidelines for the future of spatial design within a 5-year period.

Creativity meets commerce

Experts from today’s most paradigmatic sectors, such as urban mobility, food production, material science and the metaverse, outline the challenges defining our future. Their insights ignite a limited, curated audience of150 spatial designers and C-level representatives of developers, institutions and industries to collaborate on future scenarios and solutions related to space. By gathering a wide spectrum of stakeholders, the Next Space offers a truly holistic approach to furthering spatial design.

A better normal

After an intense period of anxiety and grief, but also togetherness, fortitude and hope, there’s an undoubtable public appetite to see 2021 as a point of course correction, rather than just reset and return. Living sustainably has gone from being aconcern to a commandment; investment in local communities has shifted from ‘nice where possible’ to an urgent necessity; access to nature is no longer something for the weekend but for every part of the day; and the freedom to live and work as we see fit, defining our own rhythms and rituals, has been granted to millions.

Architects and designers were central to sketching a quick-response strategy to an impending threat; now they will be charged with making them the basis of a better tomorrow. That’s why we’ve themed the first iteration of The Next Space ‘A better normal’.

Four keynotes, four makeathons

Four 20-minute keynotes on the main stage will bring attendees up to speed on the most relevant developments within tech, materials, food and mobility, and how these trends will impact spatial design. After each talk, participants will discuss these insights in a one-hour make-a-thon in breakout spaces related to spatial design’s four main sectors: retail, urbanism, work and living. These working sessions offer an unprecedented opportunity for thought leaders from different disciplines to meet and inspire one other, culminating in partnerships that can radically change how we think about The Next Space.

Keynotes include:

Patrick Frick, lead facilitator at Global Commons Alliance

A plan for the planet

Why spatial design should protect our commons: biodiversity, climate, land, oceans, and water

Kurt Ward, senior design director at Philips Healthcare

The healing city

What does it mean for the way we live, play and work if healthcare will be distributed over the home, hospital and road?

Paul Priestman, co-founder of Priestman Goode

The mobile city

How can urban mobility become more sustainable, accessible and efficient? How will this impact the design of cities and neighbourhoods?

Eveline van Leeuwen, scientific director at AMS Institute

The edible city

What does the rise of urban agriculture mean for urban planning and how will it impact experiencing citylife?

Location and hospitality ethos

Aligned with the event’s ethos, The Next Space will take place at Domus Dela, a converted chapel and monastery. Places that have been renovated and are meant for contemplation. Dishes and drinks served will be as vegan as possible and based on local produce or waste food.

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One-day access to the in-person event are limited to 120 tickets. Tickets provide access to keynotes and makeathons, and include lunch and refreshments.

Tickets can be purchased for EUR495 ex. VAT

*Detailed programme to be announced.

*Event partner IBA Forum will livestream keynotes on its digital platform. Digital access is free.

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***According to the Dutch coronavirus regulations, to attend the event, you will have to show a negative test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery. You can present these using CoronaCheck. The COVID Certificate for travel with CoronaCheck is also known as the EU Digital COVID Certificate.

Find more information on the Government of the Netherlands website: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/covid-certificate/covid-certificate-for-travel-or-events

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DOMUSDELA

4 Kanaalstraat

5611 CT Eindhoven

Netherlands

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organiser Frame

Organiser of The Next Space

Frame is the world’s leading media brand and network for interior-design professionals. With 20 years of experience in the industry, Frame has today become a media brand that stimulates interior designers and architects to create spatial excellence. Frame's vision is that meaningful places enable people to work, shop, relax and live better, making them healthier and happier.

 

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