MUTOPIA presents future cities at Venice Biennale

DK2050, the national project on urban development towards a carbon-free Denmark in 2050 headed by MUTOPIA, will be presented at this year’s Venice Biennale as part of The Danish Pavilion.

DK2050 aims at defining national and regional urban strategies that support the green transformation towards achieving a carbon-free society, based upon scenarios for future urban development.

How do we live in the future cities? Can we use the green transformation as an opportunity to design a richer and better society for everyone?

The Green Grid scenario envisions a Denmark dominated by individual values and lifestyles. The technological development is strong and supported by a forward-looking policy. The Danish cities are catalysts for the green transformation, in synergy with a market-driven development and vigorous bottom-up initiatives of change.

DK2050 is being curated and organized by the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) in partnership with Realdania and the Danish Ministry of Culture, the Danish Ministry of Environment, the Danish Ministry of Business and Growth, and the Danish Ministry of Climate and Building.

The official opening of The Danish Pavilion will take place the 6th of June at 12:30 pm at The Danish Pavilion at Giardini di Castello.

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