Smart City: The Next Generation, Focus South-East Asia

Talks / Symposium

Symposium: June 8 - 9, 2013

Exhibition Opening: June 7, 2013

 

Aedes Cooperation Partners

 

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  • Hans-Jürgen Commerell, Director ANCB

  • Panel 1: Smart Behaviour / Social Inclusion
    Thomas Auer, Transsolar, Stuttgart / Eva Esposto Lloyd, Collective Studio, Phnom Penh / Ellisa Evawani,
    University of Indonesia, Jakarta / Budi Pradono, Budi Pradono Architects, Jakarta / Prapan Napawongdee,
    Shmadesigns, Bangkok / Elisa Sutanudjaja, Rujak Center for Urban Studies, Jakarta / Adeline Seidel, Stylepark, Stuttgart

  • Ulla Giesler, Curator and program manager, Aedes Berlin / Eva Esposto Lloyd, Collective Studio, Phnom Penh

  • Panel 2: Smart Technologies and Materials
    Eike Roswag, Ziegert Roswag Seiler Architekten, Berlin / Felix Heisel and Dirk E. Hebel, Future Cities
    Laboratory, ETH Zurich, Singapore / Thorsten Klooster, TASK Architekten, Berlin / Sascha Peters,
    Agency for Material and Technology, Berlin

  • lunch break

  • lunch break

  • Panel 3: Smart Housing
    Kazuko Akamatsu and Kazuhiro Kojima, CAt, Tokyo / Bernhard Franken, Franken Architekten,
    Frankfurt / Eleena Jamil, Eleena Jamil Architect,Kuala Lumpur / Kristien Ring, Architect and Curator, Berlin

  • Intervention:
    Students from the University of Applied Sciences, Düsseldorf

  • Panel 4: Smart Mobility
    Hardesh SIng, #Better Cities, Kuala Lumpur / Christian Derix, Aedas, London/ Norbert Feuerstein,
    Doppelmayr Seilbahnen GmbH, Wolfurt / Felino A. Palafox, Palafox Associates, Philippines / Max Hirsh, Future
    Cities Laboratory, ETH Zurich, Singapore / Rainer Becker, Head of Business Development Asia-Pacifc,
    Daimler Mobility Services GmbH, Ulm / Florian Lennert, Onnovation Centre for Mobility
    and Societal Change, InnoZ, Berlin

  • Gerhard Schmitt, Future Cities Laboratory, ETH Zurich, Singapore

  • Eleena Jamil, Eleena Jamil Architect, Kuala Lumpur

  • Budi Pradono, Budi Pradono Architects, Jakarta / Ellisa Evawani, University of Indonesia, Jakarta

  • HE Jai Singh Sohan, Singapore Ambassador to the Fenderal Republic of Germany Singapore Embassy, Berlin

  • Panel 5: Smart City - The Larger Scale
    Ben Milbourne, Bild Architeture, RMIT University, Melbourne / Kelly Shannon, Oslo School of Architecture and
    Design, Oslo / Eric Frijters, FABRIC, IABR-2014, Rotterdam / Cosmas Gozali, Atelier Cosmas Gozali, Jakarta /
    Dirk Sijmons, Curator IABR-2014-URBAN BY NATURE, Rotterdam / Lars Lerup, Rice University, Houston

  • Intervention:
    by Irwan Ahmett, artist, Jakarta

  • Panel 6: Creative Industries as Smart Economy Factors
    Rattapong Angaksith, Creative City Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai / Ulrich Weinberg, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Potsdam
    Tita Larasati, Bandung Creative City Forum, Bandung / Gerhard Schmitt, uture Cities Laboratory, ETH Zurich,
    Singapore / Ragnar K. Willer, Sociologist of Consumption, Berlin / Adeline Seidel, Stylepark, Frankfurt

  • Adeline Seidel, Stylepark, Frankfurt / Rattapong Angaksith, Creative City Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai / Eric Frijters,
    FABRIC, IABR-2014, Rotterdam

  • Robin Hartanto Honggare, Workshop Participant, Jakarta / Elisa Sutanudjaja, Rujak Center for Urban Studies Jakarta

  • Panel 7: Smart Collaborative Heritage Management
    Nils Scheffler, Urban Expert, Berlin

  • Panel 7: Smart Collaborative Heritage Management
    Simon R. Molesworth, Executive Chairman, International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), Melbourne

  • Panel 7: Smart Collaborative Heritage Management
    Rene Tan, RT+Q Architects, Singapore

  • Panel 7: Smart Collaborative Heritage Management
    Anupama Sekhar, Deputy Director, Cultural Exchange, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), Singapore

  • Franz Xaver Augustin, Goethe Institut, Regional Director Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand

  • Eva Esposto Lloyd, Collective Studio, Phnom Penh

  • Cosmas Gozali, Atelier Cosmas Gozali, Jakarta / Ellisa Evawani, University of Indonesia, Jakarta

  • Rene Tan, RT+Q Architects, Singapore / Eleena Jamil, Eleena Jamil Architects, Kuala Lumpur

  • Andreas Yanuar Wibisono, Architect, Jakarte / Ulla Giesler, Curator and program manager, Aedes, Berlin /
    Rattapong Angaksith, Creative City Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai

A project initiated by Aedes East - International Forum for Contemporary Architecture NPO in collaboration with the Goethe Institutes in Southeast Asia, curated by Ulla Giesler, cultural scientist, Berlin
 
SMART CITY TALKS / SYMPOSIUM

Programme Saturday, June 8, 2013

10:00 Welcome
Ulla Giesler, Curator Aedes,
Hans-Jürgen Commerell, Director ANCB

10.30-11.30 Panel 1: Smart Behaviour / Social Inclusion
New concepts create an inclusive and coherent society: caring for different needs and including the diverse social groups of urban residents, to create support for supplying and sharing information to arrive at acceptance and ultimately a productive and inspiring coexistence in our cities.

Contributors:
Prapan Napawongdee, Shmadesign
Ellisa Evawani, Jakarta
Eva Esposto Lloyd, Collective Studio, Phnom Penh
Thomas Auer, transsolar, Stuttgart

Panelist:
Budi Pradono, Budi Pradono Architects, Jakarta
Elisa Sutanudjaja, Rujak Center for Urban Studies, Jakarta

Moderator:
Adeline Seidel
, Stylepark, Frankfurt

11.45-12.45 Panel 2: Smart Technologies and Materials
Closed loop economies could be influenced by new developments in materials research and can act as a holistic approach to invent new social value chains for developing countries. Social, cultural and environmental questions with economical and political backgrounds, such as the current role of NGO´s, will be examined.

Contributors:
Dirk Hebel and Felix Heisel, Future City Lab / ETH Zurich, Singapore
Eike Roswag, Ziegert | Roswag | Seiler Architekten, Berlin
Thorsten Klooster, TASK Architekten, Berlin

Moderator:
Dr. Sascha Peters
, Agentur für Material und Technologie, Berlin

-BREAK-

13.30-14.30 Panel 3: Smart Housing
New how housing developments can lead to increased innovations with regards to inner-city living. How can new ideas for housing create a change in human behaviour?

Contributors:
Eleena Jamil,  EJA Kuala Lumpur
Kazuhiro Kojima and Kazuko Akamatsu, Cat, Tokyo
Bernhard Franken, Franken Architekten, Frankfurt

Moderator:
Kristien Ring, Architect and Curator, Berlin

14.30-14.45 Intervention: Exhibition Design / On Smart Grids
by Prof. Gabi Schillig + Students, University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf

15.00-16.00 Panel 4: Smart Mobility
New transport concepts and urban traffic innovations are key factors for space and traffic challenges in our cities. Cultivating forgotten values and contemporary strategies are a new alliance to improve the inhabitants’ mobility.

Contributors:
Max Hirsh/FCL/ETH, Singapore,
Hardesh Singh Better Cities, Kuala Lumpur
Felino Palafox, Palafox, Philippines
Rainer Becker / Head of Business Development Asia-Pacific, Daimler Mobility Services GmbH, Ulm
Norbert Feuerstein, Doppelmayr Seilbahnen GmbH, Wolfurt
Christian Derix, Aedas, London

Moderator:
Florian Lennert
, Innovationszentrum für Mobilität + Gesellschaftlichen Wandel, InnoZ, Berlin


Programme Sunday, June 9, 2013

13:00 Welcome
Miriam Mlecek, Program Manager ANCB

13.15-14.45 Panel 5: Smart City - The Larger Scale
What do we actually mean by ‘city’? How does the complex, sprawling and active urban system function? And on what scale can we find significant and ‘smart’ solutions to the challenges of the twenty-first century? The panel will elaborate on the shifting relationship between society and nature, between nature and city, which will provide us with a new perspective for action to better plan and govern our complex urban landscape and make cities more resilient. It will present a selection of international case studies and some large scale examples on smart urban solutions. What smart processes and strategies can cities include into their planning? And what role can of (landscape) architecture play in making our cities and urban systems smart?

Key notes:
HE Jai Singh Sohan, Singapore Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany Singapore Embassy,
Dirk Sijmons, curator IABR-2014-URBAN BY NATURE, Rotterdam

Contributors:
Kelly Shannon
, Oslo School of Architecture
Eric Frijters, FABRIC / IABR-2014, Rotterdam
Lars Lerup, Rice University Houston

Panelists:
Cosmas Gozali
, PT, Atelier Cosmas Gozali, Jakarta
Ben Milbourne, BILD/RMIT, Melbourne

Moderator:
Florian Lennert
, Innovationszentrum für Mobilität + Gesellschaftlichen Wandel, InnoZ, Berlin

15.00-15.15 Intervention: by artist Irwan Ahmett

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16.00-17.00 Panel 6: Creative Industries as Smart Economy Factors
Cities are relying to a new extent on a global level on investments, jobs and especially the young generation as the developers of new economic strength. The panel will look at creativity as a social value vital for the progress of cities and for developing smart solutions in urban surroundings.

Contributors:
Rattapong Angaksith
, Creative City Chiang Mai
Tita Larasati, Bandung Creative City Forum, Bandung
Prof. Ulrich Weinberg, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Potsdam
Gerhard Schmitt, Future City Lab / ETH Zurich, Singapore
Ragnar K. Willer, Konsumsoziologe, Berlin
 
Moderator:
Adeline Seidel
, Stylepark, Frankfurt

17.15-18.15 Panel 7: Smart Collaborative Heritage Management
It is becoming a universally accepted concept that collaborative partnerships among city stakeholders are the key to the continued vitality, liveability and sustainability of cities. This is becoming particularly evident in the sustainable management of heritage cities and historic urban landscapes, where public-private partnerships are beginning to play a significant role. Values-based urban conservation management has resulted in innovative models of collaboration among policy makers, urban planners, city developers, architects, conservationists, businesses, property owners and citizens. A number of lessons for local governance and heritage management can be drawn from good practices in Asia and Europe.

Contributors:
Nils Scheffler
, Urban Expert, Berlin
Simon Molesworth, Executive Chairman, International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), Melbourne
Rene Tan, RT+Q Architects, Singapore
 
Moderator:
Anupama Sekhar
, Deputy Director, Cultural Exchange, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)

Brief conclusion and outlook by Miriam Mlecek, ANCB

Thank You by Ulla Giesler, Aedes East e.V.


 


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