M1-2 | Studi­en­pro­jekt Master

Dozent: Prof. Arun Jain

LV-Nr.: 06361300 L21
Umfang: 8 SWS / 12 ECTS
Veran­stal­tungstyp: Projekt­se­minar

1. Termin: 21.04.2016
donners­tags 14.00 – 18.00h
Raum: SE-RH 006 (Atelier)

Berlin’s current growth is prima­rily driven by new housing pres­sures. In response, the Berlin senate is actively consi­de­ring the deve­lop­ment of a new neigh­bor­hood for the city on a 70 Hectare site in the Buch­holz area of Pankow.

In this design studio students will under­stand and develop ideas for the contem­porary neigh­bor­hood of the future that inte­grates with its surroun­ding urban form, and infra­st­ruc­ture. Students will ques­tion the current assump­tions of what Berlin needs and formu­late compre­hen­sive and future oriented stra­te­gies, concepts and urban design frame­works for this new commu­nity.

Prof. Jain will share his 30-year inter­na­tional expe­ri­ence (inclu­ding his role in desi­gning new towns & commu­nities) and his role as Chief Urban Desi­gner of Port­land, Oregon. In Port­land he was respon­sible for the deve­lop­ment of two new neigh­bor­hoods (The Pearl District, and South Water­front). This studio will be future oriented, yet prag­matic in its orien­ta­tion. It will intro­duce new approa­ches and stra­te­gies for crea­ting market and soci­ally adap­tive urban design frame­works rather than tradi­tional plans.


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