Opening eventCase Study 1 - Obere Stadtspree
With presentations and discussions on the areas of the Obere Stadtspree in Berlin, the newly established "Urban Research and Design Laboratory" started on Thursday, 10/28/2010 in its debut semester. The day of lectures was embedded in a workshop week, that brought together numerous students from the planning disciplines (architecture, urban design, urban management, urban and regional planning) and stakeholders as well as teachers and scholars. This has been the opening session to a series of collaborative events this semester.
Views to the Obere Stadtspree, Berlin
Lectures and discussions with invited participants from the Senate, the field of culture and art, architecture and urban planning as well as students of the Technical University of Berlin and the Universidad Catolica de Chile.
at Geodätenstand of the TU Berlin
- Opening remarks (Paola Alfaro d'Alençon and Daniela Konrad (U-LAB, TU Berlin))
- Waterfront-projects in comparison: development chances and planning risks (Ulla Luther; Urban Planner, Berlin))
- Current topics and development strategy for the waterfront areas (Reiner Nagel; SenStadt Berlin)
- Vom Berliner Wasserlagenentwicklungsplan bis zur Planung am Kreuzberger Spreefenster (Carl Herwarth v. Bittenfeld; Herwarth+Holz)
- Urban guidelines and projects for the Spree area (Takis Sgouros; SenStadt Berlin)
- Discussion 1, guided by stundents
- Conflictive neighbourhoods (Margarita Greene, PUC Chile)
- Partizipation im Laufstall? (Jan Dohnke, TEAS, Freie Universität Berlin)
- Discussion 2, guided by studentst
- Closing remarks & outview