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A NEW ERA IS UPON US.
For centuries mankind has sought to gain control over the world we live in. We are moving towards the end of a world defined by nature. The dawn of an age dominated by the human condition is arriving.
The Anthropocene is coming and it is our turn to choose sides. More technology or more democracy? Social justice or environmental accountability? Further or no further?
Make your choice. Join ULWeek 2017.
Urban and Landscape Week is the biggest annual academic symposium hosted by TU Delft’s Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences. It is organized by study association POLIS comprised of masters’ students from the urbanism and landscape architecture. ULWeek, as it is known, provides a platform for collaborative and multidisciplinary engagement by inviting students, researchers and professionals within different academic disciplines from within Europe and overseas. The week sees a series of curated lectures, seminars, workshops and debates which revolve around a particular theme in an attempt to understand routes, practices and issues of contemporary urbanism, while trying to find its future possibilities. The goal of ULWeek is to bring together people interested in future development of urban landscapes and the built environment together and provide a platform for discussion from creative and technical practices.