University of Kentucky, Lexington
29 May - 21 July 2017
Through input talks, conversations with architects and critics and site visits, students about the past and contemporary housing issues in Berlin. The aim of this summer school was to produce new sketches, visions, analyses and critics about future housing typologies, using the Neue Mitte Tempelhof as test site. The students explores flexible housing typologies and urban density in combination with issues such as integration and the development of socially inclusive neighbourhoods.
Download the results here (17,7 MB)
Studio Coordinator: Prof. Jason Scroggin
Supported by the IKEA Foundation.