summaery2020: Projects

Feminist City

Project information

submitted by
Lena Wegmann & Tabea Latocha

Suna Mathilde Yoo, Sophie Charlotte Held, Robin André Wieland, Pernilla Joy Nevin Kober, Paulina Schute, Nils Alexander Baumann, Nikolaus Andreas Macedo Schäfer, Nele Seifert, Morgan Darian Doll, Maya Anna Vieth, Maximilian Lukas Mayer, Mariana Caetano, Magdalena Elisabeth Prade, Luise Postert, Luisa Rosa Regina Merkel, Lotta Marie Jutta Alber, Tabea Latocha, Lena Wegmann, Laura Nicola Fritsche, Katrin Hünsche, Katharina Brake, Karl Valentin Haar, Julia Grund, Josepha Alina Beatrice Kirchner, Johanna Dembinski, Johanna Reckewerth, Isabela Mattos e Assumpcão, Isabel Bülter, Hannah Lena Wellpott, Hamidou Maurice Bouguerra, Franziska Felger, Franca Lina Ostermayer, Felix Kofler, Eric Roman Stehr, Enikö Charlotte Zöller, Emilia Inés Neophytou, Caspar Rehlinger, Beverly Engelbrecht, Anne Sophie Hagemann, Anna Selina Müller, Anna Marieke Kuschick, Angelo Lysander Arendt

MSc cand. Tabea Latocha, Dipl. Ing. MSc cand. Lena Wegmann, Prof. Dr. Ing- Barbara Schönig

Architecture and Urbanism

Degree programme:
Architecture (Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)),
Architecture (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
Urban Planning (Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)),
Urban Studies (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
MediaArchitecture (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
Environmental Engineering (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
Fine Art (Diploma)

Type of project presentation
– Other –

Summer semester 2020

Participation in the Bauhaus.Modules


Project description

In this seminar "Feministische Stadt- Feminist City", which was also held online for us and with us students at the Bauhaus University during Corona in the summer semester of 2020, the feminist city was the central theme of the seminar.

We first asked ourselves the question of what a feminist city should look like, using the example of Weimar – both realistically pragmatic and utopianly idealistic. From equal rights for all people, to the quota of women and the question of housing, different perspectives came together. We worked out these perspectives together in theoretical inputs, practical workshops and collective discussions. Since we are attending different courses of study, we were able to exchange views on feminism in the city across disciplines. It was important for us to understand how social conditions of reproduction, care and maintenance are structured. The aim of the seminar was to collectively develop a vision for a feminist city in the course of the seminar.

>> Our blog and publication is therefore the documentation of this learning process. The focus was on trying out games and developing role model portraits in order to be able to trace feminist spatial actions and those of selected female actors.

Exhibition Location / Event Location

  • – ONLINE –,