Talk with Knud Romer and Katinka: Is there room for everyone in the city?

Date: October 2nd
Time: 16:30-18:00
Location: DAC, Bryghuspladsen 10, 1473 København K, Denmark

Copenhagen should be for everyone, we say. But what does that really mean? That anyone who wants to can live here – whether they come with empty pockets or a big Soundboks? And are there perhaps still some we’d rather avoid in the city for everyone?

In honor of Architecture Day, we ask Knud Romer, author, and debater, and Katinka, a songwriter and lyricist. Katinka complements the conversation with her own songs, and together we explore the dilemmas and conflicts that arise when the city must accommodate many different people at once.

This event is FREE.

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