Jahrestagungen

17th DOCOMOMO Germany Conference 2020

Modern Movement and Digital Challenges
6. March 2020 | Akademie der Künste |  Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten | Germany

DOCOMOMO Deutschland, the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Architecture (TH OWL) invite you to the 17th DOCOMOMO Germany Conference. It is the second event in Berlin and for the first time it will take part in the Akademie der Künste. In this context, the conference will take place in a new format as a combination of invited keynote speeches and selected scientific lectures – in 2019 with the the

THEME

In three thematic blocks the international conference in Berlin will discuss different aspects of digitisation related to archives, museum, social media, planning and design tools. The focus is less on the technical aspects of digitals aspects but is asking on how digital tools can help to involve different stakeholders to communicate and disseminate the concepts, visions and impulses emanating from modern movement.

KEYNOTES

The invited keynote speakers Matthias Sauerbruch (Sauerbruch Hutton) and Donatella Fioretti / José Gutierrez Marquez (Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten) will present own projects and comment on these questions and in particular introduce the role of architecture as a planning and design discipline. 

MOVIE AND PODIUM DISCUSSION

In the evening the photographer Jean Molitor will present his movie "Wettlauf gegen die Zeit" to discuss his approach of using photography as a mean to raise awareness about the role of architecture for community-building with the speakers and the public.
Selected photographs are presented in the foyer during the event.

EXCURSIONS

The event will be accompanied by excursions to sites of  post-war modernism in Berlin. These take place on Thursday, 5 March 2020 and on Saturday, 7 March 2020 before and after the conference: Architecture Faculty with Architecture Museum and Akademie der Künste. Further information will be annouced later.

LOCATION

Akademie der Künste | Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten | Germany

FEES

Professional Ticket                                                      150 €
Professional Ticket (Early Bookers | until 31.01.20)      100 €
Member of German Chamber of Architects                   100 €
Member of DOCOMOMO I TH OWL                                  75 €
Student, Graduate and PhD Student                              30 €

All fees include the catering.

REGISTRATION

Please use this link for registration: http://www.th-owl.de/fb1/fachbereich/conference-2020.html.

17th DOCOMOMO Germany Conference

Modern Movement and Digital Challenges
6. March 2020 | Akademie der Künste |  Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten | Germany

DOCOMOMO Deutschland, the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Architecture (TH OWL) invite you to the 17th DOCOMOMO Germany Conference. It is the second event in Berlin and for the first time it will take part in the Akademie der Künste. In this context, the conference will take place in a new format as a combination of invited keynote speeches and selected scientific lectures – in 2019 with the the

THEME

In three thematic blocks the international conference in Berlin will discuss different aspects of digitisation related to archives, museum, social media, planning and design tools. The focus is less on the technical aspects of digitals aspects but is asking on how digital tools can help to involve different stakeholders to communicate and disseminate the concepts, visions and impulses emanating from modern movement.

KEYNOTES

The invited keynote speakers Matthias Sauerbruch (Sauerbruch Hutton) and Donatella Fioretti / José Gutierrez Marquez (Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten) will present own projects and comment on these questions and in particular introduce the role of architecture as a planning and design discipline. 

MOVIE AND PODIUM DISCUSSION

In the evening the photographer Jean Molitor will present his movie "Wettlauf gegen die Zeit" to discuss his approach of using photography as a mean to raise awareness about the role of architecture for community-building with the speakers and the public.
Selected photographs are presented in the foyer during the event.

EXCURSIONS

The event will be accompanied by excursions to sites of  post-war modernism in Berlin. These take place on Thursday, 5 March 2020 and on Saturday, 7 March 2020 before and after the conference: Architecture Faculty with Architecture Museum and Akademie der Künste. Further information will be annouced later.

LOCATION

Akademie der Künste | Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten | Germany

REGISTRATION

Please use this link for registration: http://www.th-owl.de/fb1/fachbereich/conference-2020.html.

2019 | 3rd RMB and 16th Docomomo Germany Conference | Germany

Flyer und aktuelles Programm!

 For Registration use the following link:

http://www.hs-owl.de/fb1/fachbereich/conference2019.html

EXCURSIONS | Saturday, 02.03.2019

The event will be accompanied by guided excursions to sites of the modern movement in Berlin. The group tours will be held in the morning and afternoon of 02.03.2019. Sites include:

Residential Area – Schillerpark | by Bruno Taut, 1924-30
Museum – Neue Nationalgalerie | by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, design and realisation, 1962-68

Confirmation of the exact schedule, starting point and group details will be announced via e-mail and website (www.rmb-eu.com). The fee to attend the excursion is 25,00 Euro per person and must be paid with the event participation fee at the time of registration.

2019 | Docomomo Germany and 3rd RMB Conference | Germany

Online Publication - Selected Papers 2019:
Coming soon - here  |  demnächst hier

 

Online Conference Proceedings 2019:

3rd RMB and 16th Docomomo Germany Conference | Berlin, Germany
Michel Melenhorst, Uta Pottgiesser, Theresa Kellner and Franz Jaschke (Eds.): “100 YEARS BAUHAUS. What interest do we take in Modern Movement today?”. 3rd RMB and 16th Docomomo Conference, Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe and Docomomo Germany, Lemgo, 2019
ISBN: 978-3-00-062580-0  |    DOI: 10.25644/ehew-9179

 

 

100 Years Bauhaus:  What interest do we take in Modern Movement today?
1. March 2019 | Werkstatt der Kulturen | Wissmannstraße 32 12049 Berlin | Germany

DOCOMOMO Deutschland, the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Architecture and the EU project ‘Reuse of Modernist Buildings (RMB)’ invite you to the 16th DOCOMOMO Germany and 3rd RMB Conference. This first event in Berlin on the 1st of March 2019 at the Werkstatt der Kulturen continues the tradition of the Karlsruhe DOCOMOMO Germany Conferences. The EU project RMB initiates a pedagogical framework on the European level based on common definitions, methods, and approaches for the ‘reuse’ of modern buildings, with the aim of offering a ‘Joint Master on Reuse of Modernist Buildings’. In this context, the conference will take place in a new format as a combination of invited keynote speeches and selected scientific lectures – in 2019 with the theme: 100 years Bauhaus: What interest do we take in Modern Movement today?

THEME

The international Conference in Berlin takes the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus as an opportunity to discuss the significance of modernity in the 21st century. The focus should not be on the Bauhaus itself, but on the concepts, visions and impulses emanating from modern movement. They should be related to today’s social, economic, cultural and in particular creative issues. 

\\Are the social, spatial and constructional concepts formulated by modern movement and post-war modernism still sustainable today? 

\\What role do cultural and climatic conditions play in the preservation, renovation and transformation of spaces, buildings and modern movement sites? 

\\How can the basic ideas of classical modernism be continued 100 years later and thus contribute to solving current challenges? 

\\What contribution must academic and vocational training make and which formats are suitable for this?

KEYNOTES

The invited keynote speakers will comment on these questions and in particular introduce the role of architecture as a planning and design discipline. David Chipperfield (requested) will report on the preservation and transformation of the listed National Gallery of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in Berlin, which challenges the icons of modernity in conceptual and constructive terms. Fernando Romero is a Mexico city based Architect, recognized as one of the leading architects of his generation. He was named a Global Leader of Tomorrow at the World Economic Forum in 2002, one of the 50 Most Influential Designers by Fast Company in 2012 and became an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 2013. His many accolades include the Bauhaus Award and the ‘Best of the Best’ Red Dot Award. Romero and his office fr·ee are involved in a wide range of educational and cultural activities. Regeneration, a project restoring selected pieces of modern Mexican architecture, preserves culture and creates awareness about the role of architecture and design in Mexico. Wiel Arets was dean at the Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture (IIT) for five years, succeeding Mies van der Rohe as an architecture teacher and working in a restored building designed by Mies van der Rohe in Chicago. He has a close connection to the legacy of the Bauhaus in the USA. In his speech, he will comment on the significance of the mod race today, among other things, based on his design for the Antwerp Tower.

In the evening there will be a moderated podium discussion with the speakers.

EXCURSIONS

The event will be accompanied by various excursions to sites of modern movement and post-war modernism in Berlin. These take place on Saturday, 2nd of March 2019 before and after the conference: Hansaviertel, Neue Nationalgalerie, Akademie der Künste.

Further information will annouced later.

LOCATION

Werkstatt der Kulturen | Wissmannstraße 32 12049 Berlin | Germany
http://www.werkstatt-der-kulturen.de/de/ueber_uns/kontakt/

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Actors from academia, teaching and practice involved in processes of conservation, conservation, renovation or transformation of buildings, sites and neighborhoods of the Modern Movement to address the conference theme. DOCOMOMO Germany is pleased to receive abstracts related to one of the following topics according to the Docomomo working groups and international scientific committees:
o Education + Theory (about programs, concepts and approaches)
o Register (about buildings, typologies or architects / planners),
o Urbanism + Landscape (about building ensembles, outdoor spaces and policies)
o Technology (via components, materials or techniques)
o Interior Design (about interiors, extensions and atmospheres)

Abstacts in English or German must follow the abstract submission guidelines below. Thematic sessions (german or english) are defined after the abstracts have been selected. Selected contributions will be published in a conference proceedings. Please send the abstract by June 30, 2018 (12.00 GMT) to the following email: Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

The submission must be done, in English or German, by filling the following required information:
1. Title (65 characters max) & Abstract (300 words max); Keywords (5 words);
2. Topic selection (Urbanism+Landscape, Education+Theory, Technology or Interior Design).
3. Authors information (Name, University/Company/Organization, Country);
4. Biography (100 words max); please indicate your email and phone number here.

  • Abstracts should define the subject and summarise the argument to be presented in the proposed paper. The paper’s content should be the product of well-documented original re-search that is primarily analytical and interpretive rather than descriptive.
    • Papers may not have been previously published, nor presented in public.
    • Only ONE submission per author/co-author will be accepted, due to the personal presenta-tion.
    • Each speaker is expected to pursue their own institutional or other support for registration and for travel and accommodation. DOCOMOMO Germany can not provide financial support.
    These guidelines will also be published on the website of docomomo Germany.

SCHEDULE

12.02.2018 – Call for Abstracts
30.06.2018 – Submission of Abstracts
22.09.2018 – Notification on Acceptance
22.11.2018 – 1.Submission of Papers
20.12.2018 – Final submission of Papers

REGISTRATION

Please use this link for registration: http://www.hs-owl.de/fb1/fachbereich/conference2019.html

2018

15. Karlsruher Tagung 2018. Urbanität
Internationale Konferenz zur Theorie und Praxis der Architektur

Unter dem Titel 'Das architektonische Erbe' fanden von 2004-2018 die Karlsruher Tagungen am KIT statt. Diese Jahrestagungen von DOCOMOMO Deutschland standen unter einem thematischen Schwerpunkt, der durch eingeladene Rednerinnen und Redner von verschiedenen Perspektiven betrachtet wurde.

Anhänge:
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2020

Register now for the conference!

Early bird until 10 February 2020.

Modern Movement and Digital Challenges
6. March 2020 | Akademie der Künste |  Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten | Germany

DOCOMOMO Deutschland, the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Architecture (TH OWL) invite you to the 17th DOCOMOMO Germany Conference. It is the second event in Berlin and for the first time it will take part in the Akademie der Künste. In this context, the conference will take place in a new format as a combination of invited keynote speeches and selected scientific lectures – in 2019 with the the

THEME

In three thematic blocks the international conference in Berlin will discuss different aspects of digitisation related to archives, museum, social media, planning and design tools. The focus is less on the technical aspects of digitals aspects but is asking on how digital tools can help to involve different stakeholders to communicate and disseminate the concepts, visions and impulses emanating from modern movement.

KEYNOTES

The invited keynote speakers Matthias Sauerbruch (Sauerbruch Hutton) and Donatella Fioretti / José Gutierrez Marquez (Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten) will present own projects and comment on these questions and in particular introduce the role of architecture as a planning and design discipline. 

MOVIE AND PODIUM DISCUSSION

In the evening the photographer Jean Molitor will present his movie "Wettlauf gegen die Zeit" to discuss his approach of using photography as a mean to raise awareness about the role of architecture for community-building with the speakers and the public.
Selected photographs are presented in the foyer during the event.

EXCURSIONS

The event will be accompanied by excursions to sites of  post-war modernism in Berlin. These take place on Thursday, 5 March 2020 and on Saturday, 7 March 2020 before and after the conference: Architecture Faculty with Architecture Museum and Akademie der Künste. Further information will be annouced later.

LOCATION

Akademie der Künste | Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten | Germany

FEES

Professional Ticket                                                      150 €
Professional Ticket (Early Bookers | until 31.01.20)      100 €
Member of German Chamber of Architects                   100 €
Member of DOCOMOMO I TH OWL                                  75 €
Student, Graduate and PhD Student                              30 €

All fees include the catering.

REGISTRATION

Please use this link for registration: http://www.th-owl.de/fb1/fachbereich/conference-2020.html.

2016

13. Karlsruher Tagung 2016. Wohnen
Internationale Konferenz zur Theorie und Praxis der Architektur

Unter dem Titel 'Das architektonische Erbe' fanden von 2004-2018 die Karlsruher Tagungen am KIT statt. Diese Jahrestagungen von DOCOMOMO Deutschland standen unter einem thematischen Schwerpunkt, der durch eingeladene Rednerinnen und Redner von verschiedenen Perspektiven betrachtet wurde.

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2015

12. Karlsruher Tagung 2015. Ethik und Ästhetik
Internationale Konferenz zur Theorie und Praxis der Architektur

Unter dem Titel 'Das architektonische Erbe' fanden von 2004-2018 die Karlsruher Tagungen am KIT statt. Diese Jahrestagungen von DOCOMOMO Deutschland standen unter einem thematischen Schwerpunkt, der durch eingeladene Rednerinnen und Redner von verschiedenen Perspektiven betrachtet wurde.

Anhänge:
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