27th Forum Stadtgrün - Network Stadtgrün 13.11.2023

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Health is very much dependent on living conditions and housing conditions. The importance of urban green spaces for the health of the population and the need for action that can be derived from this are the topic of this year's Forum Stadtgrün:

© Stadtgrün Elbwiesen, Foto: A.Neumann

© Stadtgrün Elbwiesen, Foto: A.Neumann

27th Forum Stadtgrün Dresden

"Network Urban Green"


Monday, November 13, 2022; 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Stadtmuseum Dresden - Festsaal, Wilsdruffer Str. 2 (entrance Landhausstraße), 01067 Dresden, Germany



Detlef Thiel, Head of the Office for Urban Green Space and Waste Management, City of Dresden


No urban development without green development

Prof. Dr. Martin Prominski, Institute for Open Space Development, Leibniz University Hannover

A charter for Berlin's urban green

Verena Schönhart, Senate Department for Mobility, Transport, Climate Protection and the Environment Berlin, Group Leader "Open Space Planning and Citywide Concepts

- Coffee break -

Managing urban green space in a network - challenges and goals from the administration's point of view

From Park Cemetery to Cemetery Park: Planning Process for the Redesign of the New Annen Cemetery Dresden
Mattes Hoffmann, Department Head Planning/Design/New Construction, Office for Urban Green Space and Waste Management, State Capital Dresden

Urban renewal Possibilities and lived practice of integrated urban district development
Thomas Pieper, Head of Department Urban Renewal, Office for Urban Planning and Mobility, State Capital Dresden

- Lunch break -

Designing in a network - project work with many participants

Verbindungsraum/Connecting Space: The Parkbogen Leipzig as a joint project
AW Faust, Managing Director sinai Gesellschaft von Landschaftsarchitekten mbH, Berlin

Inventive in the face of adversity? "Wilhelms Wasserkraft" as an example of interdisciplinary open space planning in Görlitz
Friedemann Dreßler, Office for Urban Development, City of Görlitz

- Coffee break -

Combining knowledge - using networks for professional and practical challenges

Effects and action strategies for coping with climate change in the historic gardens of the Staatliche Schlösser, Burgen und Gärten Sachsen gGmbH - with a special focus on the Great Garden of Dresden
Dr.-Ing. Claudius Wecke, Head of the Gardens Division, Staatliche Schlösser, Burgen und Gärten Sachsen gemeinnützige GmbH, Dresden

- Final discussion andamp; résumé -.

120 € members AKS, bdla and coworkers LH Dresden
160 € coworkers: inside public service Saxonia
240 € guests
60 € students, unemployed persons and pensioners

joint organizer:
City of Dresden, Chamber of Architects of Saxony and bdla Saxony

Registration is via the Chamber of Architects of Saxony here.

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