aspects of sustainable urbanism i

 

 

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Due to organisational reasons the start of the lecture series and seminary has to be be postponed.
New date/location for the kick-off session is:  Nov 10th, 2016 11.30 am, room 2255

All activities prior to that date are cancelled.
A new semester´s timetable for lecture series, workshops and compulsory seminary will be available from this internet page soon.
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Lecture Series for Master UI (BGU) students


Lecture Series (3ECTS) + Compulsory Practice Seminar (3ECTS)

The module provides systemic insight into basic principles of Urban Planning and Design, Urban (Re-) Development, based on Sustainable Urbanism. Focal aspects are the perception and exploration of key challenges of transformation, techniques of problem identification and conceptualization of resolution strategies in the urban realm. Presentation and application of exemplary morphologic and physiologic indicators of urban structure as well as the illustration of urban regenerations processes in best practise urban projects confronts the student with a repertoire of possibilities to integrate complex spatial, aesthetic, social, cultural, ecological and sustainable qualities into contemporary living environments. Physical encounters with the city are featured for studying important urban settings and city phenomena in real life.

Study goals:
After attending the lecture and completing the exercises, the students are able to recognize and understand current patterns of transformation of contemporary urban and suburban structures including connections between ecological, societal and economic factors. Based on the presentation of examples, students can reflect and understand basic ideas and approaches towards more sustainble living environments and can make connections with the focus of their major field of study.


The Module 60243 consists of two parts (A+B)  and will be credited with 6 ECTS when both parts are passed successfully.
Part A (3ECTS, group work): Lecture series and workshop (completion of one assignment, that will be developed during workshop sessions and presented in the final session. The assignment will require students to investigate and discuss the presented topics within the particular context of the city of Munich.)
Attendance of the lecture is mandatory.
Part B (3ECTS, individual work): Individual reflection of lecture content, workshop results and reading in a short exposee and interview.

The lectures are held in R 2255 at the Chair of Sustainable Urbanism, Thursdays 11.30 a.m.-13.00 p.m.
 
Person responsible for the module:
Prof. Mark Michaeli, Dorothee Rummel

The class will be held in room 2255 at the chair of sustainable urbanism on Thursdays 11:30h – 13:00h. The first lecture will be held on Thursday 20.10.2016. This class will be held in english.

contact: dorothee.rummel@tum.de

 

 

 

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Due to organisational reasons the start of the lecture series and seminary has to be be postponed.
New date/location for the kick-off session is:  Nov 10th, 2016 11.30 am, room 2255

All activities prior to that date are cancelled.
A new semester´s timetable for lecture series, workshops and compulsory seminary will be available from this internet page soon.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

aspects of sustainable urbanism I

explorations into sustainable urban design

1 / 10.11. // What is City?
Prof Mark Michaeli

2 / 17.11. // Sustainable Urbanism
Prof Mark Michaeli

3 / 24.11. //  Workshop I
Dorothee Rummel

4 / 01.12.//   Scale
Dorothee  Rummel

5 / 08.12. //  Tools and Methods
Dorothee Rummel

6 / 15. 12.//  Workshop II
Dorothee Rummel

7 / 12. 01.//  Inhabiting the City
Prof Mark Michaeli

8 / 19. 01.//  Public Realm
Dorothee Rummel

9 / 26. 01.//  Workshop III
Dorothee Rummel

10 / 02. 02.//  Workshop IV
Dorothee Rummel

11 / 16.02.//  Final Presentation
Prof Mark Michaeli, Dorothee Rummel

 

 

 

All necessary course materials are available via moodle.

www.moodle.tum.de

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