Real Estate Arena in Hanover on May 18/19

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The Chamber of Architects, universities and associations will be making a joint presentation at the ressource.architektur stand in Hall 23 at the exhibition center.

How do we want to live? How do we build, how do we work? How do we get around? How do we shape the future of our cities after Corona? How do we deal with our resources? Is sustainability even feasible? Where is the real estate market headed? These and many other questions will be addressed by the Real Estate Arena, which will be opened May 18 by Lower Saxony's Minister of Construction and the Environment Olaf Lies and Hanover's Lord Mayor Belit Onay.

On an impressive stand designed by interdisciplinary teams of students from Leibniz University and Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts as part of a competition, the Chamber of Architects of Lower Saxony, Leibniz University of Hanover, Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the BDA, BDB, BDIA, BDLA and the Netzwerk Baukultur Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony Building Culture Network) will be presenting themselves together for the first time on one stand. Under the motto "ressource architektur", the three focal points of housing construction, dealing with resources and sustainable inner cities will be presented and controversially discussed here with impulse lectures, discussion rounds and video installations.

On May 18 at 12 p.m., the stand will be ceremoniously unveiled and opened. Afterwards, Dr. Christine Lemaitre from the German Sustainable Building Council will provide thematic input and invite discussion. In the afternoon, Gerd Runge will report on his experiences with cooperative living - an alternative to conventional renting or buying that opens up new opportunities and is particularly popular with the younger generation. The highlight of the first day will be a visit from Klara Geywitz, the Federal Minister for Building, who will be visiting the stand between 3 and 4 pm.

The second day will continue with exciting guests: at noon, architect Alexis Angelis (Angelis Partner) from Oldenburg will present the pioneering co-working project "Core", which his office has developed in a vacant department store in downtown Oldenburg. Following this, Inga Glander from the Federal Foundation for Building Culture will give a keynote speech on the topic of "Sustainable City". The two days will be reviewed from 4 p.m. onwards, before the DJ turns up the music at 5 p.m. ...

Further program items are in preparation - all updates and information can be found on Instagram at @ressource.architektur.

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