18:00 - 19:30 EET
17:00 - 18:30 CET
Format: Online in Zoom
Language: Ukrainian and English, with simultaneous translation
Lecture # 7: "Microrayon versus Market Modernism. A morphological comparison of Soviet microdistricts to modern residential complexes in Kyiv, Ukraine"
The lecture series is organised by ro3kvit urban coalition for Ukraine with the support of the International Renaissance Foundation.
Kateryna Lopatiuk is an architect and Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She is a Member of the Ukrainian team of the European Architectural Student Assembly (EASA). Her research focus is bottom-up urban initiatives and urban morphology.
Brent D. Ryan
Brent D. Ryan is Associate Professor of Urban Design and Public Policy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is specialized in shrinking cities, de-industrialization, and climate change. Ryan is leading several research projects in Ukraine with the architectural, arts, and planning collective Urban Curators. For instance, on a study of post-industrial Kyiv.