Do you want to learn more about spatial design and co-creation in cities, focusing on sustainability, inclusiveness and aesthetics? Join our New European Bauhaus© online lunchtalk on 29 April 2021!
The City of Ghent and sogent will discuss two Ghent cases of innovative brownfield renovation, analysed by students of the Aachen University.
Join our design presentation on the Old Dockyards in Ghent and explore the potential of cooperation between educational institutions and the local government in support of the New European Bauhaus Initiative.
The event will be a great opportunity to learn from our engaging speakers and to see how design and collaboration can create a powerful future for two brownfields in Ghent.
When: Thursday 29 April 2021, 12:15 - 14.15 CET
Organiser : City of Ghent / Sogent (the Autonomous Municipal Ghent Development Authority) / RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Urban Design, Faculty of Architecture
Location: online Zoom webinar. No registration necessary, simply follow this link to join.
For more information, please contact Julie.Verbruggen@sogent.be.
12.15 -12.20 Welcome and Introduction Sylvianne Van Butsele, Director of Strategy and Operations | Autonomous Municipal Ghent Development Authority, Ghent, Belgium
12.20 - 12.30 Introduction of a design process by students Prof. Christa Reicher | Chair and Institute for Urban Design, Faculty of Architecture, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
12.30 - 12.45 Bachelor project 1: site Houtdok, Ghent Angelina Strauff, student of RWTH Aachen University
12.45 - 13.00 Bachelor project 2: site Houtdok, Ghent Dominique Reyes Viteri, student of RWTH Aachen University
13.00 - 13.10 Questions, site Houtdok, Ghent Agnieszka Zajac, Project leader Old Dockyards | Autonomous Municipal Ghent Development Authority, Ghent, Belgium
13.10-13.15 Short break
13.15 - 13.30 Master project Ghent Canal; site Afrikalaan, Ghent Ekaterina Plekhanova, Yulia Kondrakova, Abeer Al Hinai, Yasemen Akça, Sercan Demirpolat, students of RWTH Aachen University
13.30 - 13.45 Master project Engage for change; site Afrikalaan, Ghent Seher Ulusoy, Athena Akbari, Tugçe Iratci, Riya Mandal, students of RWTH Aachen University
13.45 - 13.55 Questions, site Afrikalaan, Ghent Raf Mandervelt, City of Ghent, the Department of Urbanization and Architecture, Ghent, Belgium
13.55 -14.00 Conclusion Philippe Van Wesenbeeck, City of Ghent, Chief Officer of the Department of Urbanization and Architecture, Ghent, Belgium