IBA StadtLand – from Thuringia to a planetary perspective. Ongoing urbanization and interconnection require us to focus on the systemic relationships and material cycles within larger territories. In this context, I had the honor to speak about landscape-based regional design as a design-oriented landscape approach for future-proofing the urban-rural continuum.
This international conference was organized by the International Building Exhibition (IBA) Thuringia and the Sino-German research project Urban Rural Assembly (URA) and part of the exhibition „Stadtland – Learning from Thuringia“ in the iconic Eiermann building in Apolda, where the IBA presents the results of its decennial project development process. Check out: www.iba-thueringen.de
With contributions by Sigrun Langner, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar Faculty of Architektur und Urbanistik, Anke Hagemann, Technische Universität Berlin, Department of Architecture, Antje Stokman, HCU Hamburg, Wolfgang Wende, Leibniz Institut für ökologische Raumentwicklung, Dorothee Schmidt , IBA, Dr. Cordelia Polinna, Forward Planung und Forschung, Susanna Karawanskij, Minister for Infrastructure and Agriculture of Thuringia, Hillary Angelo, UC Santa Cruz, Milica Topalovic, ETH Zürich, Marta Doehler-Behzadi, IBA Thüringen, Kelly Shannon, KU Leuven Maria Frölich-Kulik, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and Lukas Pappert, TU Berlin, Yang Guiqing, Tongji University, Bianca Elzenbaumer, Brave New Alps, Kenneth Anders, Oderbruch Museum Altranft