19:00 - 20:30 EET18:00 - 19:30 CET

Format: Online

Language: English and Ukrainian, with simultaneous translation 

Lecture #11: "Potentials and Barriers for Circular Construction in Ukraine"

This lecture deals with the current framework conditions and existing country-specific potentials for circular construction in Ukraine. It will address the current legislation on circularity, introduce various material resources and highlight construction techniques for low-carbon construction in Ukraine.Find the research here.
The lecture series is supported by the International Renaissance Foundation.


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    Mirjam Niemeyer

    Mirjam Niemeyer is founding partner of Helsinki Zürich Office. She is working in the fields of architecture, urban design and urban planning with a special expertise in urban renewal and revitalization. Her research deals with circularity, housing, housing cooperatives and agglomerations. Mirjam lectures at the Institute for Urban Landscape at the ZHAW Zurich, has been visiting professor at the PBSA Düsseldor and assistant professor at the Institute of Urban Design at Prof. Kees Christiaanse at ETH Zurich. She is a member of the Board of ZBV Zurich and. member of the Jury in architectural and urban design competitions. Mirjam has been teaching at CANactions School for Urban Studies Kyiv since 2015 in various programs and has curated the educational program ‘Homes For Tomorrow’.

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    Natasha Kozub

    Natasha Kozub is an architect and urban planner, currently an active member of ro3kvit urban planning team working on reconstruction strategy for the liberated Mariupol. Main focuses of her work are landscape urbanism, housing, and urban planning. Natasha graduated from the Kharkiv School of Architecture and since 2016 is a member of Kharkiv NGO ‘The Other Way’ known by the Green Network of Kharkiv project.