Dohrnér Karin, Dübbelde Britta Natalie, Grancayová Anna, Guzmán Martinez Lucia, Hoppe Sophia Cornelia, Kastner Alexander, Marshall Joan, Miller Roland, Snider Samuel, Ulas Dilan Pinar, Vallina Papanikolaou Effrosyni, Xia Xiaoyi, Mc Cabe Peter, Yoshida Shunsuke, Fonseca Juan MarioLehrende
Srdjan Mandić, Aryn Machell
Fakultät / Bereich:
Architektur und Urbanistik
Architektur (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
Urbanistik (Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)),
Urbanistik (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
European Urban Studies (englischsprachig) (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
Sommersemester 2018Ausstellungs- / Veranstaltungsort
- Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 8 - Hauptgebäude / main building
On paper, it all seemed perfect – modernist urban design projects offered new, creative ideas that were promising better living conditions accessible to the all people living in a city. But relatively quickly upon the construction, most of them didn’t completely fulfil the promise. Some of them even were a total disaster.
Where and why did it all go wrong? In this seminar, we looked at the, now, classic urban design projects around the world in order to understand and outline their trajectories from a brilliant idea to a not-so-successful housing projects, and what lesson did they teach us.
In words of Isaac Newton: if you want to see the future, you need to climb on the shoulders of Giants.