Lecturer: Studio ADEPT
Moderator: Žaklina Gligorijević
→ CCB, Artget Gallery, Republic Square 5/I
"Resilience is the ability in a bio-system or a physical body to restore itself or to rebuild itself in a new form after being exposed to a massive external impact. The higher the resilience, the more robust – and the easier the way back to an original or optimized form."
Resilience in the development of cities, buildings and landscapes is the most important agenda of our time. This is why we need robust and flexible strategies, which can adapt to constant changes and future realities.
Resilient design is not a response to catastrophe but a firm belief that approaching global challenges with an open and playful mindset, we can unfold the potential for robust and durable solutions.
Resilient design is not the solution to all global challenges but rather a set of strategies to address today’s problems and the crisis of tomorrow, as well as an approach to the structural issues behind those challenges, problem, and crisis.
ADEPT is a community of urban experts based in Copenhagen. We design resilient cities, buildings and landscapes that create robust answers to the challenges of both today and tomorrow. By using the word resilience to describe our professional promise, we oblige ourselves to a holistic and optimistic approach that transforms acute needs to future solutions for place-making, communities and people.
Martin Krogh, founding partner ADEPT. With a focus on the relation between the building and its urban condition, Martin Krogh - one of ADEPT’s three founding partners - creates resilient architectural designs that adapt to a world of constant changes and future realities. He has a firm belief that approaching global challenges with an open and playful mindset, we can unfold the potential for robust and durable solutions.
*Lecture is conducted in cooperation with the Danish Embassy in Belgrade.