Drittes Gartengespräch: Die Stadt als Abbild der Gesellschaft. FLUSS BAD BERLIN als öffentlicher Raum des 21. Jahrhunderts?

 

mit Harald Welzer (FUTURZWEI), Vanessa Miriam Carlow (Lehrstuhl Sustainable Urbanism, TU Braunschweig), Moderation: Charlotte Hopf (FLUSS BAD BERLIN)

 

Der Petersplatz in Rom, der Rote Platz in Moskau, der Times Square in New York – über viele Jahrzehnte oder gar Jahrhunderte stehen diese öffentlichen Räume für die Macht der Kirche, die Macht des Staates und die Macht des Geldes. Bei aller Unterschiedlichkeit eint diese Plätze, dass sie symbolisch für eine Epoche, ein Lebensgefühl und die damit einhergehenden geteilten Werte stehen. Das Gartengespräch stellt die Frage, welche Stadtbilder die Großstadt des 21. Jahrhunderts generieren könnte. Wofür stehen ihre repräsentativen öffentlichen Räume, wie sehen sie aus und wie werden sie genutzt? Oder verhält es sich sogar anders herum, dass nicht die Gesellschaft Stadtbilder schafft – sondern Stadtbilder Gesellschaften prägen? Die Diskussion sucht Analogien aus dem Städtebau und prüft die Potentiale des Fluss Bad Berlin als positives Bild für eine Stadt der Zukunft.

 

ACHTUNG! ORTSWECHSEL WEGEN SCHLECHTWETTERLAGE: STADTWERKSTATT BERLINER MITTE KARL-LIEBKNECHTSTR. 11/ 1. OG (ZUGANG ÜBER FAHRSTUHL, EINGANG DURCH DIE GLASTÜR)

 

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The zoning plan for Das Neue Gartenfeld is finally implemented. The strategy and development plan foresees the conversation of an old industrial area in Berlin to a new livable mixed district, including 4.000 new apartments. A central feature of the 70 ha large area is a rainwater canal contributing to a livable environment and resourceful development. 

COBE Berlin won the competition in 2016 together with Man Made Land, Hoffmann-Leichter Ingenieurgesellschaft, Ingenieurbüro Kraft, NFF, and IGS.

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The highrise guidelines for Berlin are published. The long and short version of the document published by the Senate for Urban Development and Housing Berlin feature - among others - guidelines and recommendations of where and how to build tall buildings, how to make participation in the required planning processes really happen, but also how to create value through highrises for the city society at large.

COBE Berlin substantially contributed to building these guidelines. In cooperation with the Institute for Sustainable Urbanism at Technische Universität Braunschweig, C4C, and a team of experts from the climate and energy sector, real estate and traffic as well as legal experts we assessed the highrise landscape in Berlin and identified the state of the art of highrise for Berlin.

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Upon the invitation of the Governing Mayor of Berlin, Vanessa Miriam Carlow is invited to give a lecture at the international conference “use.learn.share,” where she will talk about sustainable and inclusive urban development alongside other experts in the field. 

 

In her lecture, she will present current research projects rooted in the digital „realm“ while focusing on the work she is doing with her Institute – Institute for Sustainable Urbanism at the TU Braunschweig.

 
 
Date: 6th March 2019 


Location: Rotes Rathaus (city hall), Berlin - Großer Saal and Wappensaal 


For further information about registration and the programme, please contact: use.info@metropolis.org 
 
 

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COBE Berlin and Studio Sörensen are one of the selected teams to develop their proposal for the development of the area surrounding the former "Haus der Statistik" further. The site is located centrally in Berlins district Mitte close to Alexanderplatz.

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Vanessa Miriam Carlow is invited to give a lecture at this years Bauwelt Kongress, on the subject of Digital Cities. In her lecture she will present current research projects rooted in the digital "realm" while focusing on the work she is doing with her Institute - Institute for Sustainable Urbanism at the TU Braunschweig. 

 

Date: Thursday November 22nd, 2018

 

Location: Akademie der Künste, Berlin (by registration only)

 

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Edited by: Katja-Annika Pahl, Iris Reuther, Jürgen Tietz, Peter Stubbe

Authors: Vanessa M. Carlow, Jürgen Aring, Dirk Christiansen, Angelus Eisinger, Bernd Hunger, Thomas Kuder, Joachim Lohse, Hans-Rudolf Meier, Frank-Heinrich Müller, Katja-Annika Pahl, Iris Reuter, Konrad Rotfuchs, Christian Scheler, Peter Stubbe, Jürgen Tietz

 

The large housing estate Neue Vahr in Bremen is an urban success model. Created at the beginning of the 1960s as the "City of the Future", based on designs by Ernst May among others, it is one of the largest post-war modernist housing estates in Germany. With the model process Neue Vahr, the housing association GEWOBA in cooperation with the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen has initiated an exemplary development process for the district. On the basis of a precise analysis of the existing buildings, the infrastructure and the green spaces, but also of the residents, an interdisciplinary team from architecture, city planning, traffic planning and landscape architecture, with the participation of external experts and residents, has developed future visions for the settlement. The aim was to preserve the district's qualities and at the same time strengthen community life in the Neue Vahr as a city of the 21st century, where affordable living in a healthy, green environment remains possible.

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COBE Berlin and Studio Sörensen are one of three teams chosen for the workshop procedures of the legendary Haus der Statistik. The process will be complemented by a series of workshops with experts and citizens. 

 

Haus der Statistik is a pilot project which, by means of new cooperations and a broad participation of the urban society in the growing Berlin, will create additional space for the administration, a new city hall for the district of Berlin-Mitte, a mixed-inclusive space programme for education, culture and social affairs as well as more affordable living space.

 

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On August 2nd, 2018, the three-day exhibition on the urban development workshop Checkpoint Charlie will open with a vernissage.


The exhibition presents the final designs of the seven participating architectural offices to the public. Outstanding urban concepts were sought which plausibly locate the coordinated space requirements, consistently integrate the various uses (hotel, residential, retail, offices, tourism) into one another and into the urban space and interpret the historical significance and symbolism of the location powerfully and independently.


During the exhibition, which runs from 02.08. to 04.08., comments and remarks on the drafts can be made, which will be incorporated into the further procedure.


On August 6th, the senior panel of experts will decide on the drafts; the result will form the basis for the development plan 1-98 currently being drawn up. 

 

When:Opening Thursday, 2 August, 17:00 - 20:00

Friday, August 3, 17:00 - 20:00

Saturday, August 4, 12:00 - 20:00

Where: Zimmerstraße 92-94 (shell of Charlie Living)

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COBE Berlin has been commissioned to develop the high-rise guidelines (Hochhausleitbild) for the city of Berlin. 

 

In the next year, under the leadership of COBE Berlin with C4C, a team of experts from Climate and Energy Transsolar, Institute for Sustainable Urbanism (TUBS) and Institute of Architectural Economics and Organization (TU Köln) with consulting by Mafeu Real Estate Consulting,  Prof. Dr. Bernhard Friedrich and Dr. Carl-Stephan Schweer, will analyse the current high-rise situation and will develop a coherent and resilient strategy for future high-rise development and its guidelines.

 

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