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Symposium/Smart Talk
"SMART CITY: THE NEXT GENERATION", Focus Southeast Asia

8 - 9 June 2013


A project by Aedes East International Forum for Contemporary Architecture NPO, in collaboration with the Goethe Institutes in Southeast Asia, with four workshops, an exhibition and a symposium.

The symposium is organized together with ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory.

SATURDAY, 8th JUNE 2013



Part I  Panel 1


Part II  Panel 2


Part III  Panel 3


Part IV  Intervention

Part V  Panel 4

CONTENT

SATURDAY, 8th JUNE 2013
Welcome
Hans-Jürgen Commerell
, Director ANCB, The Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin - 00:00:00 - 00:02:21
Ulla Giesler
, Curator, Aedes, Berlin - 00:02:22 - 00:03:49

Panel 1: Smart Behaviour / Social Inclusion
New concepts for a coherent society support the care for different needs
and the inclusion of diverse social groups, to create a productive
coexistence in our cities.
Intorduction
Adeline Seidel, Stylepark, Frankfurt - 00:03:54 - 00:06:18
Contributors
Prapan Napawongdee, Shmadesigns, Bangkok - 00:06:24 - 00:20:22
Ellisa Evawani
, University of Indonesia, Jakarta - 00:21:11 - 00:32:47
Eva Esposto Lloyd
, Collective Studio, Phnom Penh - 00:33:52 - 00:51:24
Thomas Auer
, Transsolar, Stuttgart - 00:52:46 - 01:02:13
Panel Discussion
- 01:04:42 - 01:32:07
Additional Panelists

Budi Pradono, Budi Pradono Architects, Jakarta
Elisa Sutanudjaja
, Rujak Center for Urban Studies, Jakarta
Moderator

Adeline Seidel
, Stylepark, Frankfurt

Panel 2: Smart Technologies and Materials
Closed loop economies influenced by new material developments can act as a
holistic approach to invent new social value chains for developing
countries.
Introduction
Ulla Giesler, Curator, Aedes - 00:00:00 – 00:00:49
Sascha Peters, Agency for Material and Technology, Berlin - 00:00:52 - 00:25:06
Contributors
Dirk E. Hebel
and Felix Heisel, Future Cities Laboratory / ETH Zurich, Singapore - 00:25:10 - 00:37:09
Eike Roswag
, Ziegert | Roswag | Seiler Architekten, Berlin - 00:38:03 - 00:52:38
Thorsten Klooster,
TASK Architekten, Berlin - 00:53:26 - 01:08:21
Moderator

Sascha Peters
, Agency for Material and Technology, Berlin

Panel 3: Smart Housing
New housing developments can lead to increased innovations with regards to
inner-city living. How can new ideas for housing create a change in
human behaviour?
Introduction
Ulla Giesler
, Curator, Aedes - 00:00:00 - 00:00:49
Kristien Ring
, Architect and Curator, Berlin - 00:00:55 - 00:05:10
Contributors

Eleena Jamil
, Eleena Jamil Architect, Kuala Lumpur - 00:05:16 - 00:18:36
Kazuhiro Kojima
and Kazuko Akamatsu, C+A Tokyo (CAt), Tokyo - 00:22:35 - 00:38:14
Bernhard Franken
, Franken Architekten, Frankfurt - 00:41:25 - 00:56:26
Panel Discussion
- 00:56:38 - 01:21:26
Moderator

Kristien Ring
, Architect and Curator, Berlin

Intervention: On Smart Grids by Gabi Schillig and students from the University of Applied Sciences, Düsseldorf
Jonas Schneider and Marie Keppler, University of Applied Sciences, Düsseldorf - 00:00:00 - 00:11:32

Panel 4: Smart Mobility
To improve the inhabitants’ mobility, new transport concepts are key factors for space and traffic challenges in our cities.
Introduction
Florian Lennert
, Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, InnoZ, Berlin - 00:00:00 - 00:01:34
Contributors

Felino A. Palafox
, Jr., Palafox Associates, Makati City, Philippines - 00:01:38 - 00:11:16
Hardesh Singh
, #Better Cities, Kuala Lumpur - 00:12:42 - 00:20:11
Rainer Becker
, Head of Business Development Asia-Pacific, Daimler Mobility Services GmbH, Stuttgart - 00:23:36 - 00:28:53
Norbert Feuerstein
, Doppelmayr Seilbahnen GmbH, Wolfurt, Österreich - 00:30:01 - 00:34:38
Max Hirsh
, Future Cities Laboratory / ETH Zurich, Singapore - 00:35:45 - 00:39:20
Christian Derix
, Aedas, London - 00:41:04 - 00:50:29
Panel Discussion - 00:51:19 - 01:15:23
Moderator

Florian Lennert
, Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, InnoZ, Berlin


SUNDAY, 9th JUNE 2013


Part VI  Panel 5

Part VII  Intervention

Part VIII  Panel 6

Part IX  Panel 7

CONTENT

SUNDAY, 9th JUNE 2013
Panel 5: Smart City - The Larger Scale
On what scale can we find significant solutions to the challenges of the twenty-first century and how can we elaborate on the shifting relationship between nature, resource and city?
Key Notes
HE Jai Singh Sohan
, Singapore Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin - 00:00:00 - 00:16:39
Introduction

Miriam Mlecek
, ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin - 00:16:45 - 00:18:25
Florian Lennert
, Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, InnoZ, Berlin - 00:18:27 - 00:20:13
Contributors

Dirk Sijmons
, curator IABR-2014-URBAN BY NATURE, Rotterdam - 00:20:26 - 00:47:23
Kelly Shannon
, Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Oslo - 00:49:21 - 01:04:38
Eric Frijters
, FABRIC / IABR-2014, Rotterdam - 01:05:50 - 01:22:45
Lars Lerup
, Rice University, Houston - 01:23:30 - 01:38:42
Panel Discussion
- 01:39:00 - 02:15:14
Moderator

Florian Lennert
, Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, InnoZ, Berlin
Additional Panelists
Cosmas Gozali
, Atelier Cosmas Gozali, Jakarta
Ben Milbourne
, Bild Architecture / RMIT University, Melbourne

This panel is supported by and jointly organized with IABR.

Intervention:
by Irwan Ahmett, Artist, Jakarta - 00:00:00 - 00:13:40

Panel 6: Creative Industries as Smart Economy Factors
Creativity as a social value becomes vital for the urban progress, while relying on global investments, jobs and the young generation as the developers of new economic strength.
Introduction
Miriam Mlecek
, Programme Manager, ANCB - 00:00:00 - 00:00:42
Adeline Seidel
, Stylepark, Frankfurt - 00:00:43 - 00:05:03
Contributors

Rattapong Angaksith
, Creative City Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand - 00:05:19 - 00:17:37
Tita Larasati
, Bandung Creative City Forum, Bandung - 00:19:28 - 00:34:39
Ulrich Weinberg
, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Potsdam - 00:36:09 - 00:48:58
Gerhard Schmitt
, Future Cities Laboratory / ETH Zurich, Singapore - 00:50:21 - 01:02:31
Ragnar K. Willer
, Sociologist of Consumption, Berlin - 01:03:58 - 01:10:16
Panel Discussion
- 01:10:33 - 01:30:40
Moderator

Adeline Seidel
, Stylepark, Frankfurt

Panel 7: Smart Collaborative Heritage Management
Local governance and heritage management practices in Asia and Europe will be examined with a focus on collaborative partnerships amongst city stakeholders.
Introduction
Miriam Mlecek
, Programme Manager, ANCB - 00:00:00 - 00:01:14
Anupama Sekhar
, Deputy Director, Cultural Exchange, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), Singapore - 00:01:18 - 00:04:14
Contributors

Rene Tan
, RT+Q Architects, Singapore - 00:04:45 - 00:19:11
Simon R. Molesworth
, Executive Chairman, International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), Melbourne - 00:20:03 - 00:47:13
Nils Scheffler
, Urban Expert, Berlin - 00:48:20 - 01:05:41
Final Words

Miriam Mlecek
, Programme Manager, ANCB - 01:05:50 - 01:08:39
Ulla Giesler
, Curator, Aedes - 01:08:45 - 01:09:57

This panel is supported by and jointly organized with ASEF. ASEF’s contribution is with the financial support of the European Union.


Concept: Ulla Giesler, Aedes, Berlin
Realisation: Ulla Giesler, Aedes, Berlin; Miriam Mlecek, ANCB, The Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin

We wish to convey our sincere thanks to:

Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin
Goethe Institut
Axor Hansgrohe
Zumtobel
carpetconcept
Busch-Jaeger
Transsolar
(SEC) Singapore-ETH Centre
Auswärtiges Amt
Asia-Europe Foundation
IABR
Asien-Pazific-Wochen Berlin


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