COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

Overflowing Potential: The Urban Water Challenge
with ANCB Research Partner Axor / Hansgrohe SE

10 - 15 June 2013


The research collaboration with Axor Hansgrohe is concerned with studies and realised projects on innovative ways to manage water and first of all sustainable and visionary projects, which lead to a rising awareness regarding water management.

PUBLIC LECTURES, 10 June 2013
This event kicked off a week-long Smart City workshop. The lectures presented an interdisciplinary dialogue about water as a factor in planning processes and the development of interior and product frameworks, resource management of water in the city and the house and the implications on design.
With: Rene Tan, RT+Q Architects, Singapore; Antje Stokman, Institute for Landscape Planning and Ecology. University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart; Thomas Willemeit, GRAFT Architects, Berlin; Yossapon Boonsom, Shma Company Limited, Bangkok; Tim Edler, realities:united. Studio for Art, Architecture and Technology, Berlin
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WORKSHOP, 10 - 15 June 2013
27 participants from all over the world engaged in an interdisciplinary dialogue about water as a factor in planning processes and the development of interior and product frameworks, resource management of water in the city and the house and the implications on design. This workshop  connected experts, disciplines and important issues of change to explore new forms of water management concepts in different locations worldwide.
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Paradise Found, Paradise Lost

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