20.03.2019 / 18.00 – 20.30 Uhr / 20.30 Uhr Get together / TUM, Weißer Saal
Digitally networked, locally at home! What role does community play in a time when borders are blurred, we communicate via networks and platforms, and we live and work on a project-basis? A pop-up model between Open House and Open Source, non-binding and binding – depending on the stage of life? A festival stage with changing activities? A service offer as a lifestyle trend? A further development of the Sharing Economy and Creative Commons? What can be digitized is now digitized. But should it be? How can a virtual social media community enliven or even enrich a physical space?
18:00 Uhr: Get-together
18:30 Uhr: welcome home: UnternehmerTUM, MINI LIVING, TUM: Why, How, What
19:00 Uhr: Impulsvorträge
On Community – The Social: Dr. Kerstin Sailer, The Bartlett School of Architecture – UCL
On Digital – The Virtual: Layla Keramat, Executive Creative Director, frogdesign
On Space –The Physical: Philip Tidd, Principal / Head of Consulting Europe, Gensler
19:30 Uhr: Panel & Open Discussion
20:30 Drinks & Get Familiar
Participation is free of charge. Registration: email@example.com
Partners and Initiators
UnternehmerTUM, Europe’s leading centre for innovation and entrepreneurship, and the City of Munich have partnered to create Europe’s hub for the interdisciplinary development of solutions for the city of tomorrow – Munich Urban Colab.
MINI LIVING is an initiative in which MINI, based on the principle of the “Creative Use of Space”, has been addressing architectural solutions for the urban living environments of the future since 2016. In the past few years, MINI LIVING has displayed visionary concepts of shared and collaborative urban housing, living and working in various installations.
DETAIL has been the leading journal for architecture and construction details for almost 60 years and is currently the most international architecture journal in the German-speaking countries. The DETAIL transfer area acts as a communication interface between industry and architects, and offers individual communications, publishing and consulting services.
BauHow5 is a European alliance of five leading research intense European universities in Architecture and the Built Environment. The aim of the alliance is to push the boundaries of current practices in pedagogies, research and practice and raise awareness of the value of research and innovation in Architecture and the Built Environment for the wider benefit of society, economy and cultural life. The workshop is part of the 3-year Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership “Strengthening Architecture and the Built Environment Research” (SABRE), conducted by five leading European universities in architecture and the built environment (BauHow5) and co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.