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Economic Housing Construction




The third symposium in the series exploring the main themes in the IBA Berlin 2020 opens the debate on innovative approaches to housing. The resources for housing developments, from building land to funding and energy, are limited. What will tomorrow’s housing look like? How can planners ensure a social mix in urban districts? Can we afford to continually raise the bar on housing quality? What standards are viable and what factors can lower building costs and still create new qualities? Here, a series of examples illustrate different possible approaches, ranging from building with pre-cast industrial units to personal owner/user contributions, and from organising communal building to models of large-scale project development. The discussion will provide inputs for the “IBA Laboratory” where new ideas are to be tried and tested in a showcase form.



Drawing Economic Housing Construction  

Symposium on 23. April 2012 at Villa Elisabeth
3.30 pm - 7.30 pm


Programme
  • Director for Urban Development – Permanent Secretary Regula Lüscher
    Welcome
  • Andreas Klok Pedersen, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Kopenhagen
    New Tendencies in Housing


Examples from home and abroad

Focus on the Large Scale
  • Anna Popelka, PPAG Architects, Wien
    Project: "Superzeile" / Wohnen am Park Wien
  • Michael Geschwentner, Gmür & Geschwentner Architekten AG, Zürich
    Project: "James - Wohnen mit Service"
Constructing and Extending Own Homes
  • Jörg Leeser, BeL Sozietät für Architektur
    Project: "Grundbau und Siedler", Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg
  • Vera Tollmann, Kulturwissenschaftlerin und freie Autorin
    Project: "Wohnen im Gewächshaus", Berlin-Wedding
New Processes, Different Standards
  • Nikolai von Rosen, Künstler und Kurator, teameleven
    Laboratory Berlin: Beispiele für neue Ansätze
  • Søren Rasmussen, ONV Architects, Kopenhagen
    Project: "sustainable industrial architecture"
  • Jörg Ziolkowski, ASTOC Architekten, Köln
    Project: "Neubau der Siedlung Buchheimer Weg"
  • Director for Urban Development – Permanent Secretary Regula Lüscher
    Closing Remarks
  • Andreas Ruby, textbild
    Moderation


Location
Villa Elisabeth
Invalidenstraße 3, 10115 Berlin-Mitte
(U-Bhf. Rosenthaler Platz, S-Bhf. Nordbahnhof, Tramhaltestelle Brunnenstraße / Invalidenstraße) Registration for the event is not required.

Event Management
adrian-prozessnavigation
zahn@adrian-prozessnavigation.de
Telefon: 030 21403195

Organizer
Senate Departement for Urban Development and the Environment
Werkstatt – Baukultur, Kommunikation, Oberste Denkmalschutzbehörde
Am Köllnischen Park 3
10179 Berlin


Graphic design: chezweitz & partner
Illustrationen: Thomas Rustemeyer
 


 
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