What would a city look like if it were planned by a car lover compared to if it were planned by an avid cyclist? How do you find common ground among all residents when designing a street or square? And is it even possible? This is the subject of the next lecture in the Urban Talks series. American urban planner and Harvard professor Toni L. Griffin will present her work. At Harvard, she leads the Just City Lab project, working on issues such as indicators and metrics for assessing social justice in public space. She says that 99 problems in a city bring at least 99 opportunities to improve it. What is the principle of a just city? Which tools can we use to design one? This time, the dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Art in Liberec, urban planner Osamu Okamura, will pose the questions.