Co-working space and community
designed to shape  better cities

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We live at twin locations in downtown Copenhagen with a total of approx. 500 work desks in the historic Fæstningens Materialgård from 1740 and the BLOX building designed by Rem Koolhaas which opens spring 2018.

Become a member

Gain access to Danish and international collaboration partners and a growing digital and physical community. You don’t have to live here to be a member – but you are welcome to use the BLOXHUB Labs, Members Lounge and Meeting Facilities.

ACTIVITIES, FORUMS AND EVENTS

Pitch sessions, debates accelerator programs, match making, export and more. The BLOXHUB activities are carefully designed to let you connect, share and scale.

A global community:

With a network of global hubs, e.g. in Denmark, Helsinki, New York and Paris, the BLOXHUB residents can, from 2018, get a temporary desk abroad and get assisted in creating new and useful global relations. 

Upcoming events

Upcoming Events

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GEHL // CALLING ALL IDEATORS

May 7 @ 08:00

Gehl is looking for ideas, services, or products that will better facilitate our understanding of human behaviour in cities. Concepts & ideas to gain insight into human behaviour in the public realm, such as: New methodologies that leverage tech for real time data collection New approaches to collecting data Tools for analyzing and visualizing data Gehl also designs and develops strategic advice for how to improve quality of life and healthy communities in neighborhoods around the world. Also looking for…

PRESENTATION AND STREET LAB TOUR

May 7 @ 08:45 - 10:30

Join us for a morning coffee and snack in BLOXHUB. Cisco, TDC and Copenhagen Solutions Lab presents perspectives for SMART city solutions and Cisco Kinetic for cities. After a short presentation in BLOXHUB, Copenhagen Solutions Lab will take you on a walking tour in the Street Lab in Vester Voldgade. Please remember to register here. The presentation is being held in Arena in BLOXHUB, Bryghuspladsen 8, entrance C, 1473 Copenhagen Powered by Cisco, TDC and Copenhagen Solutions Lab  

CAFx + IFHP + BLOXHUB // NEW DEMOGRAPHICS, NEW HOUSING NEEDS

May 7 @ 09:00 - 14:30

Cities are currently undergoing dramatic demographic changes that have a significant impact on urban society as well as housing demands. The different housing needs of household types vary tremendously according to the age, family structures and profile of the population. Many Europeans are currently searching for more flexible and affordable types of housing. In Scandinavia, the society is faced with questions of how to satisfy the needs for welfare, health care and nursing for the growing number of seniors, depending…

Lunch Talk: Size matters when it comes to employment growth

May 7 @ 12:00 - 12:30

Professor Lars Winther will give a status on the research “Employment growth in Danish towns and regions: Human capital, industrial structure and location”. Danish employment growth has generally been concentrated in large city-regions in recent decades and peripheral regions have suffered from de-industrialization and employment loss. Yet, little is known about the development of towns outside the city-regions, nor of the smaller towns within them. The presentation highlights recent findings of the employment growth in Danish towns and regions with…

IFHP Social Cities: ‘Show me the numbers’ Workshop

May 7 @ 14:30 - 16:30

Work towards challenging the IFHP measurement tool on cities’ social sustainability. The aim is to develop further the tool by discussing and brainstorming on potential improvements and suggesting indicators that could be part of the tool. The workshop aims to challenge the 1st step:’ Social Cities measurement tool’ of IFHP Social Cities programme.  Social Cities is a new IFHP programme to strengthen livability and social cohesion in our cities. The programme develops a method to measure, design and implement socially…

HOW TO DESIGN FUTURE CITIES

May 8 @ 15:00 - 17:00

The world is continuously urbanizing, which affects the way future cities will be designed. Between 1995 and 2015, the number of megacities worldwide – defined as a city with more than 10 million inhabitants – has more than doubled, from 14 to 29. Furthermore, climate change, demography and technology are all mega trends that will completely transform our cities. So the millionaire question is: How do we design cities that will meet these future challenges? Join our event to hear…

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