01. 07. 2014 Symposium Climate and Adaptation
Climate change affects regions and cities worldwide on different scales and with a different impact. Which consequences will climate change have on architecture and urban development in the future? How can architectural design processes be adapted to climate change? What are the adaptation strategies and what are the benefits?
How can climate oriented design strategies be integrated into the legal and political system and who is responsible for advancing it? Which adaptation measures are effective and which tools can be developed? Does climate change have the potential to create opportunities? The symposium will focus on the interdependencies of design strategies, adaptation methods and policy making.
Date: Tue, 01.07.2014 – 17:00 hrs
Location: ANCB – Aedes Network Campus Berlin
Prof. Kees Christiaanse (ETH Zürich/KCAP Rotterdam), Sanda Lenzholzer (TU Wageningen), Michael Müller (Senator for Urban Development and the Environment, Berlin – tbc), Dr. Fritz Reusswig (Sociologist, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research), Prof. Jacob van Rijs (TU München/TU Delft/MVRDV Rotterdam), N.N. (Stiftung Politik und Wissenschaft), Mareike Krautheim (Architect, Berlin/Rotterdam), Prof. Ralf Pasel (TU Berlin/pasel.künzel architects, Rotterdam), Prof. Sven Pfeiffer (Hochschule Münster), Prof. Joachim Schultz-Granberg (Hochschule)
for more information: www.aedes-arc.de (admission is free)
The series is a cooperation of the Technical University Berlin – Fachgebiet Entwerfen und Baukonstruktion CODE, the msa | münster school of architecture – Department for Digital Design and Construction, Department D6 for Urban Design and the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design and is kindly supported by the Embassy of the Netherlands Berlin, Aedes Network Campus Berlin and the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam IABR.