Spend the day exploring and discovering the opportunities and potentials that Copenhagen’s architecture, city systems and urban areas has to offer.

SPACE10 and CAFx are proud to present an explorative workshop for architects and students who wish to discover the unused potentials that Copenhagen and its urban fabric have to offer.

Director Angel Borrego Cubero of Office for Strategic Spaces will give a talk and run an explorative workshop revolving around the offices ethos of architecture being sustainable, affordable and reversible.

OSS will challenge participants to look for spaces, buildings, urban areas or city systems that they see require re-use, re-adaptation or re-programming. As a whole, the workshop asks architects and students to detect opportunities within the city that can be explored. 

The event is free but you have to reserve your place.

There are only 25 spots, so clicking attend requires a commitment to the event. Once registered you will receive a set of instructions from Angel Borrego Cubero preparing you for the workshop.


About SPACE10 x CAFx

Together with CAFx, SPACE10 have curated a 10 day program which acts as an active exploration into current trends within architecture and urbanism with focus on how to approach the future development of cities and society.

This program looks at the importance of social engagement within urban and architectural projects. We will discuss the prospect of how the existing fabric of a city can be used as a resource, the importance of community engagement and how to create liveable cities with response to food, technology and ideas of sustainability.

See the full program of talks, screenings, tastings and debates here 


About OSS

Madrid firm, Office for Strategic Spaces is one of the key projects that was featured in the Golden Lion-winning Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2016, which aims to highlight the new “radical” approach to architecture that has emerged in Spain in the wake of the 2008 financial crash.

OSS formed a strategy to use only low-budget materials to transform an old industrial building in the Spanish capital into a multi-level innovative workspace for creative startup businesses Read more about the project and the office here

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