PUBLIC DEBATE

Design and Politics: the next phase
9 - Resilient and Democratic Futures: The Power of Design

Friday, 18 January 2013



ANCB Metropolitan Laboratory in collaboration with Henk Ovink, Netherlands Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment; and in cooperation with the German Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development, the DutchDFA and the Netherlands Embassy in Berlin.


Part I: Welcome and Introduction


Part II: Presentations


Part III:
Discussion

PUBLIC DEBATE

This 9th debate in the 2011/12 programme Design and Politics: The Next Phase explored what design can bring to spatial planning. In a recent design studio at ANCB, professors and students from the TU Delft took on key ideas raised in the previous eight Design & Politics debates, while simultaneously developing design-based tools for spatial planning at the scale of the urban region. Presented as examples, the design studio outcomes  prompted a wider discussion on the potential of design for spatial planning - as process, tool, discourse and culture. The Public Debate was followed by an expert roundtable discussion on the role of Baukultur in such an approach to spatial planning.


Part I
Welcome and Introduction
Áine Ryan, Programme Manager, ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory - 00:00 - 05:26
Henk Ovink, Director General for Spatial Planning and Water Affairs, Netherlands Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment (moderator) - 05:26 - 12:17

Part II
Presentations
Marta Relats, Research Director for Design as Politics Chair, TU Delft - 00:00 - 14:28
Felix Madrazo, Researcher and lecturer, The Why Factory, TU Delft - 14:29 - 24:28

Part III
Podium Debate
moderated by Henk Ovink -  00:00:00 - 01:13:46
with panelists:
Marta Doehler-Behzadi, Head of Unit Baukultur, Protection of the Architectural Urban Heritage, German Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development, Berlin
Stefanie Bremer, Founding partner, orange edge-urban research and marketing, Hamburg
Ulf Matthiesen, Professor, Institute for European Ethnology, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin; Former Department Head at IRS Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Erkner
Matthijs Bouw, Founding partner, One Architecture, Amsterdam

and invited peers:
Matthias Böttger, Founding partner, raumtaktik - office from a better future, Berlin
Andreas Brück, Assistant Professor and Researcher, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, TU Berlin
Koos Wieriks, Councillor for Infrastructure and Environment, The Netherlands Embassy in Berlin
Tobias Schmidt, Researcher, IRS Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Erkner
Marc Lucas Schulten, Researcher, Founding Partner, Schulten Urban and Spatial Development, SSR, Dortmund
Lars-Christian Uhlig, Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development, German Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning, Bonn
Wouter Vanstiphout, Professor, Design as Politics, TU Delft

We would like to thank the following institutions for their generous support:
Netherlands Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment
German Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development
DutchDFA Programme
Netherlands Embassy in Berlin


Part of the Project:
Design and Politics

and the ANCB Theme:
Actors and Agency



 





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