SommerTreff on 8 September - The beauty of the Revier parks
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"Future and home" is the project title for the plans to redesign the five district parks in the Ruhr area. The objectives of the district parks, which were conceived in the 1970s as places of recreation for the working population, are now in vogue again. And so the summer meeting 2018 of the regional group of the bdla nw will also take place as an "exploration" of the Revierparks Gysenberg/Herne and Nienhausen/Gelsenkirchen.
Health offers, education for sustainable development and sports in nature are again in high demand. But the demands on the park of the future have become more complex in times of climate change and a changing society. With the upcoming redesign, the district parks have a key role to play in dealing with the cultural, but also socio-political heritage, taking into account the upcoming tasks for the future. The buildings of post-war modernism are currently moving into the focus of public attention; the open spaces created at the same time should be included in the discussions.
The BDLA is dedicating this year's summer meeting to this area of tension. Taking the Gysenberg and Nienhausen district parks as examples, a guided tour and short lectures on the history and future will sharpen the view of the requirements of open space.
Included in the event is the presentation of the 'BigBeautifulBuilding' award for the Revierparks by StadtBauKultur NRW as part of the 2018 Year of Cultural Heritage.
Programme Summer Meeting
Meeting point 1: Revierpark Herne-Gysenberg, Am Revierpark 22
Start 1:45 p.m.
Guided tour/introduction by Thomas Dietrich and Yasemin Utku
End of guided tour approx. 3:30 p.m.
individual journey to Nienhausen
Meeting point 2: Gelsenkirchen-Nienhausen; Feldmarkstr. 201
Time: 3:55 p.m.
Meeting point 2 (15:55): Revierpark Nienhausen; Feldmarkstr. 201, 45883 Gelsenkirchen
from approx. 16:00 Big Beautiful Buildings - Award of the Revierparks
Welcome by Franz Dümenil, Freizeitgesellschaft Metropole Ruhr, Park Manager
Health Park Nienhausen
Statement by Ina Bimberg, Chairwoman bdla nw
Keynote speech by Nina Frense, RVR councillor for the environment
Keynote speech Tim Rieniets, Managing Director StadtBauKultur
from approx. 17:00 hrs Guided walk through the Revierpark Nienhausen and exchange of ideas with colleagues over food and drink at Waldhaus am See
Participation in the event is free of charge. Food and drink must be paid for on site.
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