Flattening two curves: university in times of climate crisis and corona pandemic.
The Klimaschau shows the range of potential that could be tapped during the Klimasemester in summer 2020 at the University of Applied Sciences in order to collectively address the challenges of the climate crisis and develop transdisciplinary approaches and sustainable actions for the here and now.
Stones that calculate – materiality in the post-digital world
Design for Future – Conception of the Transformation Design Kit
Seeing Green – Design practices of environmental and climate protection
Education for Sustainable Development
Arctic climate quiz – Tracking down data, misinformation and (political) decision-making processes
Critical Zones – Observatories for Earthly Politics. Seminar on the exhibition at the ZKM Karlsruhe
Climate-neutral printing – Studies on the topic of climate-neutral printing
Ain’t that good news – Designing a visual newspaper section
Nutrition, climate and environmental protection
Stranger Living – Are Dumb Cities the New Smart Cities?
Educational architecture – Participation in school building construction
Nuances and polarities of colours
Automated Stroll – Urban, design and strolling workshop
Resilience and transformation of urban structures
WIND : ENERGY
Open MaaS L.A.B.S. @Futurium – Developing mobility in an open and socially relevant way
Graphic Kites – A Manual For Wind
Tipping Points – Visual experiments on disruptive climate system changes due to global warming
Rebel For Future – Holistic communication design
Fragile, beautiful and slimy: jellyfish – a typographic study
Searching for Climate Justice
Future Reflections – modular concepts for sustainable luminaires
The Senses Toolkit
Credits – Klimaschau
Pitch your Green Idea – The sustainable entrepreneurship game
Species to Species Services
Resource optimisation in construction – Motivation and example
Campus Climate Gardens
Some Magazine #10 Fire – A Magazine between Art and Design
Climate semester and scientific research
Prototyping Reality – spatial & contextsensitive interfaces
The Last One: Little Penguins Journey – Seminar: Interactive Narratives
We’re on it! Project “safe the world”
Planetary Scrollytelling – Visual data essays about system earth
Talk: Technical challenges for sustainable energy supply in cities
Resilience and transformation of urban structures
The focus of our design and research project work was the urban quarter "Das Neue Gartenfeld" in Berlin-Spandau, which is currently in the planning stage - a real laboratory of urban innovations and an arena for social debate. How should a new urban quarter be planned and built that is adaptable to expected climatic, demographic and infrastructural changes?
Using design-specific and scientific research methods, the students developed four projects that address the topics of rainwater management, critical infrastructure, healthy cities and public space in a forward-looking way.
This course is presented in the Podcast Designliebling Brandenburg.
CURE – Clean Urban Resilient Environment
How can we continue to use rainwater without hesitation and react resiliently to climate change events?
The CURE project examines the potential of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) for sustainable rainwater management in the development area of Neuer Gartenfeld in Berlin-Spandau. Measures include the use of biological filters such as reeds, mussels, sand and gravel, which contribute to the microclimate, biodiversity and the quality of life in cities.
Projectteam: Annekathrin Bake, Lena Blüggel, Ken Dornberger, Chantal Schöpp, Jill Ann Theobald, Max Tristram, Annika Weseloh
Future water infrastructures - How do we design new urban districts to be crisis-proof?
What crises will urban areas in Germany face by 2070? Which developments and challenges are not yet given enough attention in urban planning? And how are water infrastructure systems affected? This project investigates the vulnerability of critical water infrastructures. With the help of eight impulses, it will be shown how crisis-resistant water infrastructure planning in newly built neighbourhoods can be successful.
Projectteam: Jan Korte, Elise Rebien, Jose Ernesto Rodriguez, Jana Schelte
Stress-help, contact point, active, cultural, educational and creative?
With the Q-iosk new perspectives of use are developed interactively. Residents in the neighbourhood are encouraged to become active themselves in order to avoid and manage physical and social stress. A new first point of contact for neighbourhood help and community strengthening is created within the framework of a collaborative, participative process.
Projectteam: Laura Awad, Hannah Esselborn, Claas Fritzsche, Sophia Lenz, Theresia Schmidt, Thora Weidling
In times of global pandemics and climate change, restrictions shape our access to public spaces. We are experiencing the loss of a central forum of democratic publicity. RaumStation is a project that playfully opens up spaces for negotiations. With RaumStation, the residents themselves take the user-oriented and resilient planning of public space into their own hands. They appropriate the public space and become city makers.
Projectteam: Anne-Liese Lammich, Max Linnenschmidt, Kilian Parker, Martin Parlow, Sharmila Sharma, Ilka von Eynern