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Welcome to the personal website of Conrad Kickert

In an era of environmental, social, economic and cultural instability, the role and future of cities is increasingly unclear. For millennia, cities have been our places to meet, to learn, to clash, to collaborate, but mostly, to evolve as a society. Cities can only retain this role if they are durable – able to evolve, adapt, and withstand. But how do we build, inhabit, and maintain these durable cities?

This website will show you the directions I have taken these questions in urban research and teaching. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

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View my latest publications on street-level architecture, urban retail, agency, and urban history.

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View my research agenda on the durable city in its many dimensions, including publications and early insights.



View how my research on durable cities translates into situated pedagogy for architecture and urban design students.

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