The IUDD lectures introduce different perspectives on integrated urban development in the sense of multi-disciplinary planning approaches with a closer look on their implementation. Creative strategies and selected examples of “good practice” are brought together as an academic and application-oriented reflection of subjects like resource oriented development, new mobility, environment, energy and sanitation.
The lecture is held in English.
Cities Fit for Climate Change
Dr. Daphne Frank
Today's IUDD Lecture announced for 17:00 will be postponed to Friday, 8. February, 13:00 - 14:30 at Audimax.
Integrated water systems for sustainable urban development
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Londong
Water is an essential asset for urban life and urban development.
Citizens relay on save drinking water supply, reliable wastewater discharge and storm water management. Therefore the water infrastructure is an integral part of a city and has to be considered in early stages of urban planning.
The lecture will deal with the management options for storm water in its first part illustrated with good and bad examples. In a second part options for the management of wastewater will be addressed. New alternative sanitation concepts will be presented. The example of a system with a separation of grey- and blackwater in Hamburg Jenfelder Au will be explained in detail. It is a collection and treatment system, which aims at the recycling of nutrients and energy from toilet water (blackwater) and using greywater to feed a water lacking urban creek. Finally an outlook will demonstrate that some more projects are on their way in Europe.
Ethiopian Culture Night
Projekt Eins, Weimar
Don’t forget: seat early enough!
Enjoy presentations, dance styles, food and coffee from Ethiopia
The unofficial warm-up for the 2019 IUDD Study Project
Resource Landscapes in a regional perspective
15:15 - 16:45
Dr. Wolfgang Wackerl, Büro für Stadtplanung und strategische Projektentwicklung Köln
In his lecture, Dr. Wolfgang Wackerl gives an insight, how contemporary landscapes could play a new role in providing resources (food, water, energy, materials…) for urban regions. This creates not only new challenges, but also unique design options by getting involved in running processes of production. Dr. Wolfgang Wackerl shows a variety of projects having developed their own signature out of this: landfill sites, agricultural landscapes and open-cast lignite mines transferred into designed future landscapes with new perspectives.
Dr. Wolfgang Wackerl is specialised in strategic project development of active resource sites and landscapes. In this context he has particular experience in regional development strategies – like the NRW Programme for Structural Development “REGIONALE”.
Basel on it's way towards the 2000-Watt-Society.
17:00 - 19:30
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter D. Genske
The 2000-Watt-Society is a concept that has been developed at the ETH-Zurich. It aims at reducing energy demand in economically advanced countries while promoting development in low-income countries. During this process, fossil energy is replaced with green energy. The City of Basel is one of the first towns to implement the 2000-Watt-Society in their planning and development.
In his lecture, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter D. Genske who developed and participated in several projects related to environmental challenges and urban development will present the concept, implementation and current status of the 2000-Watt Society.
Among others, Dieter Genske conducted the study „Basel auf dem Weg zur 2000-Watt-Gesellschaft.“ (Berger T, DD Genske, L Hüsler, T Joedecke, A Menn &amp; A Ruff; 2011) commissioned and published through Basel Kanton Basel-Stadt, Amt für Umwelt und Energie (AUE) and has also been editor and main contributer of the „Energy Atlas, Future Concept Renewable Wilhelmsburg” for the IBA Hamburg (ISBN 978-3-86859-074-6).
Having a background as geologist and civil engineer Dieter Genske is a professor at Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences in the fields of geotechnics and energy-related ecological urban transformation. He has also been a professor of TU Delft, EPF Lausanne and ETH Zürich and recently a guest professor at the University of Liechtenstein. Find more details about projects and the profile of Dieter Genske here:
Re-Planning Eden: Small City Innovations, Taupefields, Ecologies
Prof. Colin M. Cathcart AIA NCARB
Fordham University New York
Kiss + Cathcart, Architects, Brooklyn
Colin Cathcart is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the Fordham University programme of Urban Studies in New York City with a specialisation on sustainable development in Architecture, Environmental Design, and Urbanism. His fields of research and practice are covering subjects like brownfield revitalization, zero waste and energy efficiency. Cathcart holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from University of Waterloo (1978) and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University (1983) and is partner of Kiss + Cathcart Architects in Brooklyn, New York with a main focus on integrated systems and productive architecture.
Traffic Calming and Participatory Planning
17:00 - 19:30
Dipl. -Ing. Herbert Bork
In his lecture Herbert Bork will talk about his experience in mediating urban planning processes that are mitigating and negotiating between multiple stakeholders. With the focus on changing and adapting urban infrastructure in favour of pedestrianisation projects or street closure he will report on his professional experience on traffic calming and participatory planning from examples in Vienna.