EVENTS, LECTURES, SYMPOSIUM: Water - Curse or Blessing!?
All events are part of the exhibition project Water-Curse or Blessing!?
A project of Aedes East e.V. Curator: Ulla Giesler
More images of the Aedes-events are available here.
SYMPOSIUM: CLIMATE CHANGING OUR CITIES: ‚COOL’, OR WET AND WARM?
September 9, 4:30PM; contact: Aine Ryan
As part of the Aedes Network Campus Berlin (ANCB) talk series „Design and Politics“,
in cooperation with Henk Ovink, Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment, Netherlands
• Edzo Bindels, Partner, West 8, Rotterdam
• Paula Verhoeven, Director Sustainability and Climate Change, City of Rotterdam
• Dieter Grau, Architect/Urban planner, Atelier Dreiseitl, Überlingen
• Han Meyer, Senior Lecturer of Architecture, TU Delft
• Richard Black Founding partner, Times Two Architects; senior lecturer Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
• RI Il O Architect, Paektusan Architecture Academy, Pyongyang, (on invitation of Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation)
• Pu Miao Miao Design, Shanghai/Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Hawaii
• Reiner Nagel Head of Urban Planning and Urban Spaces Division, Senate for Urban Development, Berlin
• Harsh Purohit Sustainable Campaigner, Cognito India, Vadodara
• Daniel Schwabe Architect, Synarchitects, Berlin and Beijing
• Antje Stokman Landscape Architect, Leader of Landscape Planning and Ecology Institute, University of Stuttgart
• Koos Wieriks Counsellor for Infrastructure & Environment, Dutch Embassy in Berlin
OPEN-WATER Exhibition Opening
September 9, 2011, 7:00PM
• Dr. h.c. Kristin Feireiss Director/Aedes
• Dr. Rainer Seider European and International Co-operation / Ministry for Economics, Technology and Women’s Issues, Berlin
• Haewon Shin Architect/Lokaldesign, Seoul
• Harsh Purohit Sustainable Campaigner/Cognito, Vadodara
• Ulla Giesler Curator/Aedes
September 10, 12:00PM - 3:30PM; contact: Ulla Giesler
Lectures, statements and presentations will illustrate the relations between climate change and the challenges for water-related architectural and urban planning projects.
Welcome: Ulla Giesler Aedes, Berlin
Rapid Urbanisation and Water (12pm -1pm)
moderator: Michael Roper
• Songsuda Adhibai S+PBA, Bangkok
• Daniel Schwabe Synarchitects, Berlin/Beijing
• Ross Brewin Monash University, Melbourne
• Haewon Shin Lokaldesign, Seoul; Sojin Lee, Ateliers Lion Seoul, Seoul; Wongwoon Yoon, Jegong Architects, Seoul
Climate Change and Water (1.30pm -2.30pm)
moderator: Koos Wieriks
• Robert Stephens RMA architects, Mumbai/Boston
• Richard Black Times Two Architects/RMIT, Melbourne
• Abhijit Gupta KHOJ Kolkata, Kolkata
Cultural Behaviour and Water (2.30pm - 3.30pm)
moderator: Eduard Koegel
• Taeman Kim HAEAHN Architecture, Seoul
• Pu Miao University of Hawaii, Honolulu
• RI Jun Hyok Paektusan Architecture Academy, Pyongyang (on invitation of Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation)
• Harsh Purohit Cognito India, Vadodara
Students of Marcel-Breuer-School, Berlin, are presenting their conclusions of their project on water, urbanization and climate change; contact: Ulla Giesler
The Asia-Pacific Weeks are supported by the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin (DKLB).
The exhibition was made possible through the generous support of Zumtobel, Carpet Concept, Busch Jaeger, AXOR hansgrohe, Goethe Institute, Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Australian Embassy Berlin. The presentation of Sichang-Road Tea House by Miao Design Studio was partially supported by the Developer of the project: Kunshan City Construction Investment & Development Co., Ltd (Kcid), Kunshan, China.