M5.2 (SRP) / P2 (UD)
SS 2021
Inter­di­sci­pli­nary Theory and Practice
SS 2021
Dozent*innen
Prof. Undine Giseke
Dr. Angela Million
und Gäste
Typ
Vorlesung
LV-Nr.
06361300 L40
Umfang
2 SWS / 3 ECTS
Format
1. Ter­min:
Mo. 12.04.2021 10:00 – 12:00

wöchentlich:
mon­tags 10:00 – 12:00

online
Titelbild: © RWF

Hybridsemester — Hinweise

Anmel­dung, Teil­nahme und Kom­mu­ni­ka­tion über den Kurs SoSe 2021 – Inter­di­sci­pli­nary Theory and Prac­tice – 60776 auf ISIS.

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In this lecture series the chairs of Urbanism and Habitat and Lanscape Architecture and Open Space Planning introduce and juxtapose different theoretical planning approaches and the resulting practice. By reviewing planning processes and projects from the recent past almost forensically new insights will be gained and discussed on certain planning methods and practices. This debate will enrich today’s concepts for urban design and urban developments.

Titelbild: © RWF
M5.2 (SRP) / P2 (UD)

Inter­di­sci­pli­nary Theory and Practice

– Städtebau für kollektive Stadtproduktion
Dozent*innen:
Prof. Undine Giseke
Dr. Angela Million
und Gäste
Typ: Vorlesung
Sprache: EN
LV-Nr.: 06361300 L40
Umfang: 2 SWS / 3 ECTS
Raum: online
Termine:
Abbildung: © RWF

In this lecture series the chairs of Urbanism and Habitat and Lanscape Architecture and Open Space Planning introduce and juxtapose different theoretical planning approaches and the resulting practice. By reviewing planning processes and projects from the recent past almost forensically new insights will be gained and discussed on certain planning methods and practices. This debate will enrich today’s concepts for urban design and urban developments.

In this lecture series the chairs of Urbanism and Habitat and Lanscape Architecture and Open Space Planning introduce and juxtapose different theoretical planning approaches and the resulting practice. By reviewing planning processes and projects from the recent past almost forensically new insights will be gained and discussed on certain planning methods and practices. This debate will enrich today’s concepts for urban design and urban developments.

Fachgebiet Städtebau und Siedlungswesen | Prof. Angela Million | Institut für Stadt- und Regionalplanung | TU Berlin