Central Europe towards Sustainable Building Prague 2016 (CESB16) event is a part of 2016 international Sustainable Built Environment conference series convened under auspices of the four international organizations: iiSBE, CIB, UNEP-SBCI and FIDIC.
CESB16 will be the fourth conference in a row held in Prague on the actual topic of sustainable building (more on previous CESB conferences here).
The city of Prague will again provide us a beautiful setting to meet and discuss the next challenges and opportunities of sustainable building.
See you in Prague!
Everything has been said, at least for this time. CESB16 is succesfully over. Thank to all partners, exhibitors, all authors, speakers and participants!
There are pictures beeing continuosly uploaded to our flickr account. You can see those there.
23 June 2016, Thursday, 20:00-0:00
Social event will take place in the unique spaces of Parague Crossroads, in a long-deconsecrated church, founded by St Wenceslas in 927 A.D., located in the heart of the historic city of Prague. The space and the project is related to Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation VIZE 97. The main inspiration for the creation of the Prague Crossroads came from the former Czech President – the dissident, writer and dramatist Václav Havel. His concept was an evocative venue for all kinds of meetings, where lectures, discussions, concerts, performances, exhibitions, meditation and happenings can take place in a spirit of respect for the multicultural diversity of the modern world.
Accommodation Booking Available
If you are coming to Prague and want the CESB16 Organizing Committee to book the hotel for you, you can do so by using the booking form at this page. You can choose from number of hotels close to the conference venue or in the city centre.
Choose and book your room here.
Abstract review done
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