How is the coronavirus crisis changing architecture and urban planning? How is the crisis changing the construction industry? The answers to these questions will lead to changes in architecture and urban planning. New ideas for work locations, meeting places and other buildings change the demands on planners, contractors and the industry.
Wednesday, 13.01.2021, 11 am to 12.15 pm
Dieter Babiel, Hauptverband der Deutschen Bauindustrie, Berlin
agn Niederberghaus und Partner GmbH, Ibbenbüren
Magnus Nickl, Nickl & Partner Architekten
Housing construction has been in political focus in Germany and many other countries since 2015. Despite great efforts, it has not yet been possible to create a sustainable increase in the number of completed dwellings and achieve the political goals. At the same time, there is a growing shortage of affordable housing. We show possible solutions to these problems based on innovative concepts and provide examples of their successful implementation on both national and international levels.
Wednesday, 13.01.2021, 1pm to 3.15 pm
Tim Heide, Heide & von Beckerath, Berlin
Herwig Spiegl, AllesWirdGut, Vienna
Thomas Friberg, pool Architekten, Zurich
Simon Tubbesing, limbrock · tubbesing, Hamburg
Friday, 15.01.2021 10 am to 11.45 am
Wolfram Putz, Graft Architekten, Berlin
Max Zitzelsberger, Max Otto Zitzelsberger, München
Rainer Hofmann, bogevischs buero, München
Anne Femmer, Juliane Greb, ARGE SUMMACUMFEMMER Büro Juliane Greb
For architects, engineers and the construction industry, building in a changing climate means mastering two challenges: One is the construction of climate-neutral buildings. The second is making buildings weather-resistant without requiring additional energy. These two challenges are supposedly mutually exclusive, yet we will show you some examples of how it can be made possible.
Wednesday, 13.01.2021, 3.30 pm to 5 pm
Thursday, 14.01.2021, 10 am to 11.30 am
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Fisch, Consultant Energy and MEP Engineering
Martin Haas, haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050, Stuttgart
Dr. Anupama Kundoo, Anupama Kundoo Architect, Berlin / Pondicherry, Indien
The construction industry is responsible for more than half of all resource consumption and mass waste generation. This will have to change dramatically in the future. To achieve this, we need a fundamentally different construction process, different building products and building systems as well as a fundamentally different understanding of buildings. In the future, buildings will have to be planned, built and assembled in such a way that they can be dismantled and the components and systems reused. We show examples of where this concept is already a reality and illustrate strategies for the future.
Thursday, 14.01.2021, 12.30 pm to 2.15 pm
Peter Mösle, DGNB Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen, Stuttgart
Antonino Vultaggio, HPP Architekten, Düsseldorf
Nils Nolting, CITYFÖRSTER architecture + urbanism PartGmbB, Hannover
We would like to address the question of how architecture can change through the use of digital planning and design tools and what will be possible with the use of BIM. Since both BIM and corresponding digital tools are not yet as widely used in Germany as they are elsewhere, we provide here both international and German examples.
Thursday, 14.01.2021, 2.20 pm to 4.30 pm
Dr. Russel Loveridge, NCCR Digital Fabrication, Zurich
Dr. Ilka May, Loclab Consulting, Darmstadt
Patrick Lüth, Snøhetta, Innsbruck / Oslo
Boris Peter, Knippers Helbig, Stuttgart / Berlin
Here, as in previous years, we are concerned with looking to the future, although we take care to not stretch the horizon too far. This topic introduces the innovations in planning and construction which contemporary architects and engineers believe will become reality within the next three to five years.
Friday, 15.01.2021, 1 pm to 4.45 pm
Friedrich Ludewig, acme, London
Markus Lager, Kaden+Lager Architekten, Berlin
Prof. Thomas Auer, TU München / Transsolar, München / Stuttgart
Winy Maas, MVRDV, Rotterdam
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Rieck, Prof. Tobias Wallisser, LAVA, Stuttgart / Berlin
Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack, TU Darmstadt / TU Delft, Darmstadt / Delft
Dr.-Ing. Tobias Schneider, TU Darmstadt / TU Delft, Darmstadt, Delft