Invitation to Innen.Stadt.Leben. #2
Ecological sustainability of cities and urban densification

Forty percent of global CO2 emissions are attributable to the construction sector, meaning that architecture also bears particular responsibility for the climate crisis. What technologies, methods, and materials are or will be available for sustainable architecture? Can we simultaneously promote more density and more unsealed public, open and green spaces? Should we practice horizontal or vertical densification? How green can a high-rise actually be?

Our guests – David Sim (former partner at Gehl Architects; author of the book Soft City), Elisabeth Endres (board member of IB Hausladen; professor at TU Braunschweig), Roland Bechmann (board member of Werner Sobek AG, German representative on the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat), Friederike Meyer (editor-in-chief of Baunetz (news); author of the book “Die Stadt nach Corona”) will discuss with moderators Alexander Gutzmer (former editor-in-chief of Baumeister) and Caspar Schmitz-Morkramer (founder and managing director of caspar. Editor-in-chief of Baumeister) and Caspar Schmitz-Morkramer (founder and managing director of caspar.; initiator of “Innen.Stadt.Leben.”) – on January 27, 2022 at 6:30 pm live in the rooms of the ANCB, which we will turn into our TV studio for this occasion. No Krissel tiles on your screens, no robotic sound, but a smooth transmission in Hi-Def. We all know only too well why we’re doing it this way and not in front of a live audience.
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