Workshop with raumlaborberlin
in context of UNIDEE – University of Ideas
28.09. – 02.10.2015
at Cittadellarte, Biella
“The City of Gothenburg will present the Jubilee Park with a proposed development timeframe of seven years, 2014-2021. If used effectively, the timespan between planning and implementation could contribute to creating a new common
space; a platform in the city that is both physical and relational.”
In this framework, raumlaborberlin is working on the realization of a public bath. As a first step the sauna tower and the changing rooms were completed in 2014.
03.07.2015 – 10:00-18:00, Symposium
Tour de Faure, France, with: Renée Gailhoustet, Agence Martinez Barat Lafore Architectes, Hans-Walter Müller and the LOTVILLE-Team
30.04.2015 – 18:00, Lecture
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Fakultät für Architektur Egon-Eiermann-Hörsaal, Markus Bader
28.04.2015 – 20:00, Talk / Book Presentation
Kassel, Buchpräsentation “Whats’s Next”, Tokonoma Apartment, Markus Bader
Markus Bader, Katja Mand, Moderation: Tilman Hatje
17./18.04.2015 – Lecture & Workshop
Basel, Festival StattUtopie!, Andrea Hofmann
raumlaborberlin has been invited to develop the “10éme Parcours d´art contemporain en vallée du Lot” north of Toulouse in July 2015. The project “Lotville” will become the underlying narrative for the parcours – it is raumlabors attempt to reintroduce urban visioning into the world of arts and architecture. Lotville is a contemporary perspective on Europes countryside in relation to urbanity. Lotville will be an exhibition and a set of interventions in the landscape and villages along the river Lot.
Our real utopias are multi layered cultural projects, which start from a strong and seemingly utopian idea for a difficult site. They combine a broad range of often unconventional planning strategies and initiate active alliances between local actors and external experts.
Rush Hour Rest Stop is shelter built out of gutted shells of old cars. We were invited to Durban with no specific task or space given.
EMMAs Kieztour möchte mit unterschiedlichen Formaten das Interesse an den Besonderheiten des Quartiers Flughafenstraße wecken, Möglichkeiten der Begegnung für unterschiedliche Bewohnergruppen schaffen und das besondere Potential verschiedener Orte im Quartier aktivieren.