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BUILDING COMMUNITIES
A Danish-German Laboratory for Housing

Thursday, 11 November 2021


An ANCB Lab Talk in collaboration with the Danish Embassy Berlin, the Danish Arts Foundation and Realdania on the occasion of the Danish State Visit in Germany.


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Standard housing typologies were designed around socio-demographic narratives, which today are out of date. People are living longer, in broad-ranging and fluid household constellations, combining work and home, increasingly in more than one city and country, and mainly in urban contexts. Today’s cities, however, probably more than ever face challenges to transform from a socially conscious and sustainable standpoint. There is a need for flexible and affordable housing, constructed with green, circular building materials. At the same time, fresh concepts and strategies are necessary to address the imbalance between rural and urban areas and to provide the prerequisite structures for living spaces of equal value enabling inhabitants to stay in or return to the rural areas. Creating a thriving community requires new approaches to the housing programme, the tenants as well as the building process. How can architects and contractors support these to benefit the end result and overall housing market?

The Lab Talk presented Danish, German and international concepts and new models for sustainable, social, inclusive and co-produced housing typologies.

PROGRAMME

Welcome
Dunya Bouchi, Managing Director, ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin – 00:00–06:16
Ellen Braae, The Danish Arts Foundation, Copenhagen and
Nina Kovsted Helk, Realdania, Copenhagen – 06:16–12:18

PANEL 1. Building Communities: Who do we share with?
Introduction by the moderators
Kristoffer Weiss
, Director, The Danish Architectural Press, Copenhagen and
Theresa Keilhacker
, President, Berlin Chamber of Architects – 12:18–20:07
Speakers
Anders Lonka, ADEPT, Housing for single parents, Copenhagen – 20:07–28:13
Noel Wibrand, Dorte Mandrup Architects, Cooperative housing of the future, Copenhagen – 28:13–35:57
Louise Heebøll, KAB, Multigenerational Tree House, Copenhagen – 35:57–45:56
Sonja Spital, RegioKontext, Berlin – 45:56–53:45
Elise Pischetsrieder, weberbrunner Architects, Zürich + Berlin – 53:45–01:02:22
Paneldiscussion  – 01:02:22–01:28:59

In-Between: Thoughts & Reflections
Ellen Braae, The Danish Arts Foundation and Nina Kovsted Helk, Realdania, Copenhagen – 01:28:59–01:33:22

PANEL 2. Building Communities: What do we share?
Introduction by the moderators
Kristoffer Weiss,
Director, The Danish Architectural Press, Copenhagen and
Theresa Keilhacker, President, Berlin Chamber of Architects – 01:33:22–01:38:13
Speakers
Sara Bjelke, Urban Power, Symbiosis House, Copenhagen – 01:38:13–01:49:29
Søren Rasmussen, ONV arkitekter, Vertical Courtyards, Copenhagen – 01:49:29–01:58:15
Leona Lynen, ZUsammenKUNFT Berlin eG, Genossenschaft für Stadtentwicklung, Berlin – 01:58:15–02:11:57
Anne Catherine Fleith, feld72 Architects, Vienna – 02:11:57–02:22:10
Paneldiscussion – 02:22:10–02:53:12

PANEL 3. Building Communities: How do we share?   
Introduction by the moderators
Kristoffer Weiss,
Director, The Danish Architectural Press, Copenhagen and
Theresa Keilhacker, President, Berlin Chamber of Architects – 01:33:22–01:38:13
Speakers
Silje Erøy Sollien, Musicon, Urban selfbau, Roskilde – 02:58:05–03:08:41
Joshua Morrison, Stengården, Egedal – 03:08:41–03:08:41
Renée Tribble, Planbude, Hamburg – 03:16:32–03:30:21
Maria Isabettini, nonconform ideenwerkstatt, Vienna – 03:30:21–03:42:05
Paneldiscussion – 03:42:05 – 04:03:17

BUILDING COMMUNITIES is a collaboration with the Danish Embassy Berlin, the Danish Arts Foundation and Realdania on the occasion of the Danish State Visit in Germany 10–13 November.


Photos © Marco van Oel and businessphotoberlin.de/Danish State Visit 2021


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