June 17, 2015 – July 10, 2015
Türkenstraße 30 /Gartenhaus
Spanning practice and theory in an innovative and integrative manner, the latest Rebuild by Design exhibition in Munich is oriented towards a broad audience including the general public, practitioners, scholars and students. In various disciplines of planning and urban design, an understanding of the underlying causes of disaster and their influence on resilience is still at a nascent stage. This exhibit examines Rebuild by Design’s interdisciplinary approach to proposing and developing sustainable, just interventions for risk reduction and climate adaptation.
Opening: Wednesday, June 17 at Architekturgalerie Munich (Entrance via Architecture Bookshop L. Werner, Türkenstr. 30, 80333 Munich), 7pm
Speakers: Nicola Borgmann, Architekturgalerie München, Henk Ovink, Rebuild By Design
Symposium: Thursday, June 18 at Technische Universität München (Lecture hall N1190, Theresienstr. 90, 80333 Munich, Building 0101), 3 pm – 8.30 pm
Welcome: Sophie Wolfrum Chair of Urban Planning TUM
Introduction and Moderation: Nicola Borgmann and Mark Kammerbauer
PANEL I – Strategies of Resilience – Actors and Processes
Christine Wamsler, LUCSUS, Lund; Thomas Abeling / Matthias Garschagen UNU-EHS, Bonn; Nathalie Jean-Baptiste , UFZ Leipzig; Ernst Rauch , Head of Corporate Climate Center, Munich Re
PANEL II – Strategies of Resilience – Tools and Implementation
Robin Cross , Article 25, London; Thomas Auer , Transsolar, Chair of Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design, TUM; Regine Keller Habitat for Humanity, Chair of Landscape Architecture and Public Space, TUM; n.n. Shigeru Ban/Voluntary Architects’ Network
PANEL III – Rebuild by Design
Henk Ovink , Rebuild By Design NYC; Dirk van Peijpe , De Urbanisten, Rotterdam; Kai-Uwe Bergmann , BIG Bjarke Ingels Group, NYC; Shohei Shigematsu , OMA Office for Metropolitan Architecture, NYC
The exhibition will be on display through July 10.
Mo-We 9.30am – 7pm, Th-Fr 9.30am – 7.30pm, Sa 9.30am – 6pm