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Closing event:
Strategies for the Obere Stadtspree, Berlin

Case Study 1 - Obere Stadtspree

Presentation of design- and research projects from students and discussions with invited cooperation partners from the senat administration, the field of culture and art, architecture and city planning as well as from teachers and students from the TU Berlin.

17.02.2011
14–18 Uhr
Geodätenstand, main building, 6th floor
TU Berlin

Abschlussveranstaltung

Programm

Opening
Paola Alfaro d’Alençon and Daniela Konrad (U-Lab, TU Berlin)

Presentation research projects
students of the Urban Design Dual Degree Master program (TU Berlin)

Social-spatial study with methods of the 'Aktionsraumforschung' in order to explore the specific characteristics of Obere Stadtspree. Research fields create ecological, economical and social aspects forming the space of interest as well as the stakeholders landscape of the area, involved stakeholders and lobbyists.

Students: Marco Capitanio, Wanyao Feng, Yuanyi Jin, Yassine Moustanjidi, Deborah Nickles, Sasan Niknam, Adam Odgers, Qi Qioa, Anke Reichert, Sebastian Roßius, Hyun-Jin Shin, Laura Strandt, Junhua Sun, Guanyu Sun, Jieqiong Tang, Anke von der Heide, Jing Wang, Xinyan Xu, Maximillian Zeller, HengZ hang, Xianghua Zhao, Wentao Zheng Assistance: by Astrid Ley and Josefine Fokdal

Discussion

Presentation design projects
Students of the master programs of Urban Design and Architecture (TU Berlin)

Development of a map of potentials as planning Instrument of urban design. Based on acknowledged problems and potentials of the Obere Stadtspree the map of potentials represents strategies and tools for a further development of the entire territory. In focus areas their implementation to spatial configuration will be tested as well as their socio-cultural and economical aspects.

Students: Marcus Jeutner, Angéle Launay, Cécile Oberkampf de Dabrun, Ulrich Pappenberger, Johannes Rentsch

Discussion

Common outlook to aims of the Urban Research and Design Laboratory in the summer term

Closing

Abschlussveranstaltung

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