Contact us at csl at hcu-hamburg. An essential requirement for contemporary and differentiated urban development is to enable participation, collective decision making and collective responsibility. This master thesis evaluates to what extent the application of CityScopes as a new digital technology can effectively support planning processes in regard to social challenges and physical changes. Our motive to projectively work through and with the study of urban practices and to develop concepts and drafts or designs out of clear attitudes thus does not pursue the goal of producing superficial solutions. Finding Areas for Refugees Housing. Gesa Ziemer Spaces for refugee accommodation.
The research examines the central question: We consider this approach necessary because of the deficiencies of current planning instruments in urban development. The central conceptual building block will be the modeling and description of accessibility opportunities. Students practice dealing with materially and socially heterogeneous practices that re- produce cities. As a result a blank line gets inscribed in the urban fabric.
We consider this approach necessary because of the deficiencies of current planning instruments in urban development.
Bernd Kniess, Urban Design Prof. However, instead of being blank, the transmission corridor is a multilayered platform shaped by various actors and their power relations. Master of Science M. The influence will be visualized in a combined master thesis by Lukas Schaber using the analysis and forecasting tool CityScope. Beginning of April to mid-July. Hdu modules are offered exclusively in English.
Place-making thanks to a power line. This necessitates a holistic planning practice. June 1—July 15 Further information Qualification: Mid-October to early February Summer semester: There is nothing related. As a result a blank line gets inscribed in the urban fabric. Matser Impact modeling of urban and mobility development: This expanded understanding of the city is also reflected in the extension of the disciplinary repertoire into knowledges and methods of various disciplines concerned with urban research.
Building on this understanding of planning a project turns into a confrontation with fundamental questions of living, housing and work.
An essential requirement for mater and differentiated urban development is to enable participation, collective decision making and collective responsibility. Carsten Gertz Urban and mobility development is an integrated holistic system. At the same time, new findings about a possible improvement in accessibility are gained in this prognostic simulation.
Our design and research work in the studio therefore consists of enabling ways of dealing constructively with indeterminacy in order to open up any hidden or implicit resources and make them available to a creative process.
The logic of space-producing agency shows that practices are not only productive, but also have an epistemological value. It is also decisive for concrete practices to connect with systemic conditions and for jointly articulated projects to emerge out of the knowledges of the many.
Tnesis Design – Basic facts in brief Application period: The high voltage powerline carrying electricity from the mainland to the island was once situated far away from town. Improving the accessibility of residential and work places through car-sharing offers Researcher Michael Salchow Supervisor Prof. These instruments continue to rely on averages, categories and allocations that cannot do justice to today’s urban lifestyles nor their foreseeable developments in the near future.
They do so not to simply represent urban realities and diverse models of life, but to ensure and sustainably expand them.
Urban Saving Spaces and Exhibition. First, an analysis of potential areas for new production sites in Hamburg and a simulation of existing accessibility hambjrg be developed.
The aim is to show the extent to which car sharing affects the urban target quality of “accessibility” and how to activate under-supplied production sites. In our interdisciplinary teaching and research practice, we neither intend to remove indeterminacy as a characteristic of the urban, nor to translate it into mzster explanations, neither to quickly theis it, nor even to accept it as an unfortunate framing condition.
In the process of describing spatial and urban production, we encounter not only the effects of social action, but also their complexity in a heterogeneity that can hardly be limited.
Please click on this link to confirm your subscription. The challenge in this work is less the visualization of the status quo, but the dynamic recalculation of effects when the input parameters are changed. One didactic challenge of dealing with the processes of urban production across disciplines is to think together design and knowledge production in urban design. The central conceptual building block will be the modeling and description of accessibility opportunities.
Our research and design interest ventures beyond the determination of the what knowing that into the performative how knowing how.