Adam Švejda is the Deputy Director of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development (IPR) and Head of Public Relations and Marketing. He is one of the founders of CAMP – Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning, which has become an urban planning hotspot in the heart of Prague, a meeting place for architects, planners, investors, and citizens alike. With a gallery space that includes a unique 25m-wide projection wall, CAMP has in its first five years of existence showcased new trends in housing, urban design and transportation and has been visited by tens of thousands of visitors every year. Adam is an alumni of the Charles University, where he graduated from Media Studies. Later he worked as a film producer and media consultant. Outside of his work, Adam is a former member of the Czech Snowboarding Team with a passion for mountaineering.

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