Flow East to introduce Flower Building model at European Habitat conference
Prague, March 16, 2016 – Flow East, the Anglo-Czech property developer and heritage campaigner, will introduce a model of its planned Flower Building at the UN regional conference “European Habitat” under the Mobility/Organic City event.
The main topic of the three-day European Habitat conference, which begins today, March 16 at the Prague Congress Centre, is the development of viable and sustainable cities. The conference program includes the approval of the Prague Declaration and the presentation of a number of innovations in the field of housing and urban development. Flow East will be represented at the conference with its Flower Building project, which is planned for construction at Wenceslas Square 47.
A model of the Flower Building will be exhibited alongside other models of contemporary architecture, both completed and in the planning phase. The exposition will be will be arranged to give the impression of a real city square.
The construction of the Flower Building should contribute to the restoration and improvement of its surrounding environment, especially with its modern solutions and eco-friendly design, which implements the latest environmental technologies.
‘Contemporary architecture and architectural history are absolutely crucial for us and our work,’ said Tomáš Matýsek, Project Manager for Flow East. ‘We are very pleased to have the opportunity to showcase our Flower Building at the conference, which we believe is closely linked with progressive development and the shaping of modern architecture.’
Czech Architecture Week Mobility/Organic City event will focus on cities as a living, working and developing organism.
Czech Architecture Week has been organizing the festival of modern and contemporary architecture in Prague for ten years. The festival annually comprises of national exhibitions, lectures, seminars, architecture walks, discussions, screenings of thematic films and workshops. The aim of the festival is the presentation of Czech and foreign architecture within the city of Prague and creation of a platform for mutual communication among architects and the general public. The company is a partner of the world organization UNESCO.