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The Reinvention of Urban Design in 1965 in the USA.

Article from the book: Bridging Urbanities.

Autoren 
Harald Bodenschatz

Bridging Urbanities<br>&copy; LIT Verlag, Berlin. "Five years ago, in 2006, a new master course was launched at the Faculty for Planning Building and Environment of the Berlin University of Technology: Urban Design. This course was unique in as much as it was not based on an existing course of studies. What was the background to this decision?

55 years ago, in 1956, a historically renowned conference was held at the Harvard University Graduate school of Design. Its theme was urban design, and it played a significant role in establishing the field in the academic landscape under that name. The impetus for the conference came from José Luis Sert, Dean of the Graduate School of Design. Sert had good reasons for such a venture. Through a careful renewal of the discipline, he wanted to carefully reinvigorate CIAM, an organisation of which he was a leading member and that was being challenged by Team 10 in Europe at the time. He also wanted to provide an orientation for the foreseeable post-war urban restructuring. Apart from Sert, the conference participants included Richard Neutra, Victor Gruen, Lewis Mumford, Jane Jacobs and Ed Bacon. A review of the conference was documented in a themed issue of the Harvard Design Magazine, published in spring 2006." ...

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Radical Radial! – Re-Urbanisation of main streets.

Article from the book: Bridging Urbanities.

Autoren 
Aljoscha Hofmann

Bridging Urbanities<br>&copy; LIT Verlag, Berlin.Abstract
This paper introduces “Radikal Radial!” (“Radical Radial!”), a joint-proposal by the initiative Think Berl!n, a group of young architects, planners and scientists from the TU Berlin, founded in 2009 by Aljoscha Hofmann, Cordelia Polinna, Jana Richter and Johanna Schlaack, Prof. Harald Bodenschatz (TU Berlin, Gruppe DASS) and the urban design consultancy Machleidt + Partner . In winter 2010 a discussion about a new international building exhibition for Berlin began, during the course of which a number of different ideas have been voiced by diverse players, such as the Senate Department for Urban Development and the Berlin Green Party. “Radical Radial!” proposes to re-urbanise the radial main streets, running from the historic city centre into the neighbouring state of Brandenburg.

100 Years and More of Urban Design at TU Berlin

Article from the book: Bridging Urbanities.

Autoren 
Harald Bodenschatz

Bridging Urbanities<br>&copy; LIT Verlag, Berlin.Five years ago, in 2006, the new Urban Design master programme started at the Technical University of Berlin. Urban design is therefore - you may mistakenly conclude - a relatively new discipline at the Technical University. Urban design has in fact been an issue since 1799 when the so-called Bauakademie, the Academy of Architecture and progenitor of the later Technical University, was founded. Professors teaching at the Technical University of Berlin have shaped urban design in Germany over the last 100 years. In the following, I will discuss few impulses which have influenced urban design at TU Berlin.

Jahrestagung des C.E.U. Deutschland 2011 in Emmendingen

Charrette zur Standortwahl für eine Hochschule

Vom 11. bis 13. November 2011 trafen sich etwa 15 Mitglieder der deutschen Sektion des CEU (Counsil for European Urbanism) in Emmendingen bei Freiburg zu ihrer Jahrestagung, um neue Konzepte in der Hochschulbildung und die städtebaulichen Auswirkungen solcher Konzepte zu diskutieren. Am Beispiel einer kleinen Stadt mit in etwa 26.000 Einwohnern, geprägt gleichermaßen von einem historischen Zentrum samt barocker Stadterweiterung mit wertvoller Bausubstanz und von einer mittelständischen Industrie, die auf eine lange Tradition der Umwelttechnologie zurückschauen kann, thematisierten sie die in einer Charrette Anfang 2011 erarbeiteten Pläne zur Gründung eine privaten Hochschule nach dem Vorbild der amerikanischen Colleges of Liberal Arts and Science.

Standorte der Hochschule der Humanökologie in Emmendingen. &copy; C.E.U. Deutschland

Unter dem Thema „Neue Herausforderungen der Praxis – neue Formen in Lehre und Forschung: Stadt als Campus – Hochschule als Charrette“ trafen sich die Mitglieder des CEUD mit Vertretern der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Humanökologie (DGH), auf deren Initiative zu Beginn des Jahres die Charrette in Emmendingen stattgefunden hatte. Diese Charrette (www.coh-europe.de) zielte auf die Klärung der Fragen, die mit der Gründung einer kleinen privaten Hochschule in der Stadt einhergehen, zumal wenn sie mitten in der Stadt neues Leben in alte nicht mehr genutzte Gelände und Gebäude bringen oder ganz neue Verbindungen zu beispielsweise auch künftig industriell genutzten Anlagen durch ihre Aktivitäten aufbauen würde.

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