Online Lecture - "International Landscape Architecture" 2020 at DAM

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"Climate change in focus - climate-friendly city squares".
Peter Hausdorf, sinai Gesellschaft für Landschaftsarchitekten mbH, Berlin

On 23 September, the bdla Hessen, in cooperation with the Deutsches Architekturmuseum, will launch its lecture series "International Landscape Architecture". The first lecture will be given by Peter Hausdorf, sinai, Berlin, on the subject of "Climate-friendly urban spaces". The lectures will take place online from 7.00 - 8.00 pm.
Wednesday, 23.09.2020, 7.00 - 8.00 p.m.

"Climate-smart city squares"
Peter Hausdorf, Associate Partner
sinai Gesellschaft für Landschaftsarchitekten mbH, Berlin

© Projekt “Rectory Farm“, London, Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten AG, Zürich

© Projekt “Rectory Farm“, London, Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten AG, Zürich

RINN - Hessen


On the content of the lecture series
Public open spaces and sophisticated greenery have a decisive impact on the quality of life in cities as well as in rural areas. The consequences of climate change affect densely populated areas as well as less built-up areas. However, they are different in their manifestation, with specific symptoms in each case.

In order to develop a sustainable building culture with innovative solutions for sustainable cities, housing and living spaces, society must increasingly address the environmental vulnerability of these systems. The necessity of new mobility concepts, the integration of infrastructures in landscape design and the safeguarding of valuable microclimatic conditions are important topics in this context. In the context between architecture, urban, regional and infrastructure planning, landscape architecture provides decisive concepts and answers to socially relevant questions. It unites aesthetic, social, ecological, technical and economic demands to create a precisely fitting design.

The series of events will provide an insight into the projects of internationally active landscape architects, who will report on their work experiences in a globally networked world undergoing climate change and on the answers that a design discipline can provide to social changes.

The event series is a cooperation project between the German Architecture Museum DAM in Frankfurt and the Association of German Landscape Architects (Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten bdla, Landesverband Hessen).

We would like to thank them for their kind support of the event series.

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