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Adapting to informality: multistory housing driven by a co-productive process and the People’s Plans in Metro Manila, Philippines

Galuszka, Jakub (2020)

Faced with an ever-increasing demand for land in Metro Manila, as well as with the domination of standardised low-income housing models, the local civil society and the urban-poor sector embarked on the development of an alternative shelter approach in-city multistorey housing delivered through the People’s Plan. The article documents the emergence of the approach, interrogates its main assumpt...

Co-Production as a Driver of Urban Governance Transformation? The Case of the Oplan LIKAS Programme in Metro Manila, Philippines

Galuszka, Jakub (2019-06-10)

Social movement-initiated co-production has been increasingly described as an approach that enables urban poor communities in the South to gain wider access to urban governance. However, with a predominant focus on project-level interventions, the case studies in which movements truly affect governance matters in a metro scale are rare. One of the examples involving such an achievement is the a...

What makes urban governance co-productive? Contradictions in the current debate on co-production

Galuszka, Jakub (2018-06-05)

Following a number of prominent concepts in urban planning, like participatory planning or self-help housing, co-production has started to gain momentum in the global South context. While it is has been long discussed as a means of service provision, the term is more and more often used in the broader sense of urban governance and policy planning. This understanding goes beyond the aspect of sc...

Co-production - between service delivery strategy and urban governance transformation approach

Galuszka, Jakub (2020)

This dissertation explores the role of co-production in transforming existing urban governance frameworks. Specifically, it interrogates how the co-production of housing between civil society or urban poor groups and the public sector influences urban governance processes. While referring to the existing interpretations of co-production, this thesis focuses on the hitherto largely unexplored i...

Immobilienökonomische Untersuchung der Auswirkungen von Städtebauförderung auf die Angebotsmiete – am Beispiel des entlassenen sozialen Erhaltungsgebiets Stephankiez in Berlin-Moabit

Lischke, Holger (2020)

Die vorliegende Arbeit untersucht den Einfluss von Maßnahmen der Städtebauförderung auf die Entwicklung der Angebotsmiete für Wohnungen unter Betrachtung des Einflusses externer Effekte. Als Beispiel dient das entlassene soziale Erhaltungsgebiet in Berlin-Moabit. Das Ziel der Arbeit ist die Beantwortung von drei grundlegenden Forschungsfragen: Erstens, wie entwickelt sich die angebotene Nettoka...

Jargon der Stadt

Galling-Stiehler, Andreas ; Hagg, Katharina ; Bovolenta, Alessandro ; Bowinkelmann, Ina ; Gundlach, Kim Annaluz ; Horn, Andreas ; McClennan, George ; Müller, Sasa ; Teuber, Julie ; Wagner, Lisa ; Zettl, Alexandra (2019)

Der Jargon der Stadt behandelt die Sprache, in der wir über Stadt reden und kommunizieren. Im Rahmen eines studentischen Seminars haben wir untersucht, wie wir - gezielt oder unbewusst - die Stadt mit unseren Bildern und Geschichten anreichern, überlagern und weiterschreiben. In diesem Sinne ist die Stadt in all ihren Dimensionen, ob physisch, sozial, politisch oder medial, etwas Ungewisses und...

Digital Twin: Vision, Benefits, Boundaries, and Creation for Buildings

Khajavi, Siavash H. ; Motlagh, Naser Hossein ; Jaribion, Alireza ; Werner, Liss C. ; Holmström, Jan (2019-10-09)

The concept of a digital twin has been used in some industries where an accurate digital model of the equipment can be used for predictive maintenance. The use of a digital twin for performance is critical, and for capital-intensive equipment such as jet engines it proved to be successful in terms of cost savings and reliability improvements. In this paper, we aim to study the expansion of the ...

ViBe (Virtual Berlin) - Immersive Interactive 3D Urban Data Visualization - Immersive interactive 3D urban data visualization

Al Bondakji, Louna ; Lammich, Anne-Liese ; Werner, Liss C. (2019-09)

The project investigates the possibility of visualizing open source data in a 3D interactive virtual environment. We propose a new tool, 'ViBe'. We programmed 'ViBe' using Unity for its compatibility with HTC VIVE glasses for virtual reality (VR). ViBe offers an abstract visualization of open source data in a 3D interactive environment. The ViBe environment entails three main topics a) inhabita...

Semi-flexible Additive Manufacturing Materials for Modularization Purposes - A modular assembly proposal for a foam edge-based spatial framework

Lohse, Theresa ; Werner, Liss C. (2019-09)

This paper introduces a series of design and fabrication tests directed towards the use of bendable 3D printing materials in order to simplify a foam bubble-based geometry as a frame structure for modular assembly. The aspiration to reference a spittlebug's bubble cocoon in nature for a light installation in the urban context was integrated into a computational workflow conditioning light-weigh...

Form and Data - from linear Calculus to cybernetic Computation and Interaction

Werner, Liss C. (2019-09)

Digital architecture developed in the 1960s and, supported by CAAD the 1990s, has created the path towards an architecture produced by computer and architect in a mutual relationship. The evolution of architecture since the 1970s led to the beginning of the first digital turn in the 1990s, and subsequently to the emergence of new typologies of buildings, architects and design tools; atom-based,...

Erneuerung von Siedlungen in Schlichtbauweise am Beispiel von Kleinraumsiedlungen der 1950er Jahre in West-Berlin

Villegas Kralemann, Ximena Juana (2020)

Nach dem II. Weltkrieg herrschte im gespalteten Berlin große Wohnungsnot. Anders als in anderen Bundesländern, konnte der Wiederaufbau erst 1950 beginnen, unter anderen Faktoren wegen der besonderen geopolitischen Situation West-Berlins. Angesichts der Dringlichkeit sowie der Knappheit an Mitteln und Baumaterialien entstand ein „Notprogramm“, das Wohnungen für besonders bedürftige Sozialgruppen...

Das Collegium Augusteum in Wittenberg

Nispel, Isabelle (2019)

Die baubegleitende Gebäudedokumentation (Band 2.1), das Türen- und Fensterkataster (Band 2.2) sowie die Beilagen (Band 3) sind Teil der Dissertation „Das Collegium Augusteum in Wittenberg. Ein Universitätsgebäude der Frühen Neuzeit“. Das Collegium Augusteum ist ein Kollegiengebäude, welches 1581–82 für die Wittenberger Universität errichtet wurde und sowohl für Lehrzwecke als auch für die Unter...

Das Collegium Augusteum in Wittenberg

Nispel, Isabelle (2019)

Das Collegium Augusteum wurde 1581–82 für die Wittenberger Universität errichtet. Damit war es in Wittenberg das dritte Kollegium - ein Gebäude für die Ausübung der Lehre als auch für die Unterbringung von Lehrenden und Studierenden. Das Augusteum ist bis heute in seiner Grundstruktur und im Großteil seiner Bausubstanz aus dem 16. Jahrhundert überliefert. Es zeigt jedoch auch wie Universitätsge...

Lighthouses, funding alliances, and cultural intermediaries

Rabodzeenko, Ivan (2019)

Over the last three decades in Germany and the UK, groups and networks of spatially-focused entrepreneurs have been gaining more influence on the developments of city neighbourhoods and urban policies. This included Development Trusts providing housing, workspace and social services in deprived neighbourhood across the UK, to networks of temporary users changing a regeneration strategy for a la...

Using a Multi-Proxy Approach to Detect and Date a Buried part of the Hellenistic City Wall of Ainos (NW Turkey)

Seeliger, Martin ; Pint, Anna ; Frenzel, Peter ; Weisenseel, Paula ; Erkul, Ercan ; Wilken, Dennis ; Wunderlich, Tina ; Başaran, Sait ; Bücherl, Heike ; Herbrecht, Marina ; Rabbel, Wolfgang ; Schmidts, Thomas ; Szemkus, Nina ; Brückner, Helmut (2018-09-20)

Throughout mankind’s history, the need to secure and protect the home settlement was an essential one. This holds especially true for the city of Ainos (modern Enez) in Turkish Thrace. Due to its continuous settlement history since the 7th/6th century BC, several different types of city walls were built—sometimes even on top of each other—several of which have been preserved over time. To decip...

Radical learning

Deng, Ying-Chih (2019)

The dissertation has established, experimented and validated an agile learning process fostering innovations in architecture practice. In today’s fast changing and precarious market, we urgently need a new kind of architecture education. That encourages the students to collaborate with the others, to discover new types of business model, and to invent new values by addressing social issues. The...

Increasing Evapotranspiration on Extensive Green Roofs by Changing Substrate Depths, Construction, and Additional Irrigation

Kaiser, Daniel ; Köhler, Manfred ; Schmidt, Marco ; Wolff, Fiona (2019-07-23)

Urban environments are characterized by dense development and paved ground with reduced evapotranspiration rates. These areas store sensible and latent heat, providing the base for typical urban heat island effects. Green roof installations are one possible strategy to reintroduce evaporative surfaces into cities. If green roofs are irrigated, they can contribute to urban water management and e...

Die Entwicklung der japanischen Kunstmuseumsarchitektur

Murata-Seibt, Hiromi (2019)

I. Forschungsziel: Die Untersuchung beschäftigt sich mit der Architektur ausgewählter Kunstmuseen in Japan mit folgenden Fragestellungen: 1) Welche historischen Faktoren beeinflussten deren Entstehung? Welches sind die Besonderheiten der japanischen Museumsgeschichte? Zu den wichtigsten Beispielen gehören die Schatzkammer „Shōsōin“ aus der Mitte des 8. Jahrhunderts in Nara sowie das erste japa...

Detect, React

(2019)

The documentation of the seminar 'Scales and Methodology: Verticality' is dealing with the implications of verticality for the conception of hybrid typologies. Beside just the classical skyscraper needle, the seminar was interested in exploring aspects like principles of stacking, the relation of depth in plan and building hight and structural limits and solution. Within this broader scope of q...

Auf Wiedersehen Utopia

(2019)

Mitten in der „Neuen Stadt Wulfen“ (heute „Barkenberg“), die als exemplarisches und kontrovers diskutiertes Paradebeispiel einer Planstadt aus den 1960er Jahren gilt, bauten Masterstudierende der TU Berlin einen Vermittlungspavillon im Selbstbau. Gedruckt mit der freundlichen Unterstützung der StadtBauKultur NRW.