Stadt.Land.Camp. Visions for a Mobile Future
Thursday, 20 October 2022
A Lab Talk in collaboration with ANCB partner Erwin Hymer Group on the future of travel, mobile working and flexible living
How can mobile perspectives for sustainable travel, living, energy supply, digital networking and flexible working/living emerge at the levels of the region, the communities and the landscape? How can real and digital space of information be linked? These questions will be discussed at the Lab Talk, combined with new ideas for model campsites, docking systems in the city, adapted infrastructures and healthy living environments.
Hans-Jürgen Commerell, ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin
Stefan von Terzi, Head of Marketing and Communications, Erwin Hymer Group, Bad Waldsee
Miriam Mlecek, ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin
Liam Young, Film Director and Speculative Architect, SciArc, Los Angeles
Antje Stokman, Professor for Landscape Architecture and Design, Hafen City University, Hamburg
Andreas Jaritz, CEO Emma Wanderer, Vienna
Jacob van Rijs, Director MVRDV and Professor of Architecture, TU Berlin
with the audience, moderated by Tobias Nolte, Professor for Medial Architectural Representation, Leibniz University Hannover and Miriam Mlecek, ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
ANCB partners with caravan manufacturer Erwin Hymer Group for a new investigative collaboration format on regional and urban spatial development perspectives together with the Institute of Architecture, Prof. Jacob van Rijs, TU Berlin and the Institute for Medial Architecture Representation, Prof. Tobias Nolte, Leibniz University Hannover.
The Lab Talk has two aims: to cover a complex topic in relation to future developments and to provide comprehensive information on a field of work that will be carried out during a semester project by architecture students from Leibniz University Hannover and TU Berlin.
This event is part of the ANCB theme Regions on the Rise exploring strategies and creating new visions for the development of rural regions of the future.
Regions on the Rise