Micro-urbanism = macro-impacts
Learning from the collaborative rehabilitation of a Beijing Dazayuan
This Saturday (12 April)@ 10 am.
Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center (CHP)
The Schoolhouse at Mutianyu
No. 28, Zhonglao Hutong
RMB50per person, w/a drink
About the Speaker
Jeremie Descamps has worked in Beijing since the early 2000s as a sinologist and urban planner – he holds two master degrees from the French National Institute of Oriental Language & Civilization and the Paris Institute of Urban Planning.
He lived in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Harbin, Qufu, before settling in Beijing, where he founded Sinapolis, a Think Tank providing studies and resources on cities and built environments in China. Sinapolis analyzes trends in China’s urbanization, from technical to cultural as well as local to global perspectives, providing professionals with urban studies, expert documentation and Media Watch, seminars and workshop sessions. Sinapolis also organizes exhibitions and events on contemporary urban China for a broader audience.