The second volume “Urban Energy Transition” edited by Peter Droege is published with a contribution by Uli Hellweg entitled “Renewable Wilhelmsburg – Using the International Building Exhibition to Fight Climate Change”. More
The Bremen House – a model of the future? – Panel discussion with Uli Hellweg, Martin Pampus, Dr. Ben Brix and Prof. Katja Pahl. With the Urban Development Plan for Housing, or STEP Wohnen for short, the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen is setting the framework for a new model of “living” from 2021. What traditions and qualities can one rely on? What are the future requirements and goals? What changes do we have to react to in planning and projects? The input of experts is just as important as the ideas and opinions of the citizens.
Uli Hellweg will give the keynote speech at the specialist event “Raumwerk D”. Düsseldorf plans to develop a spatial structure for the city and its subspaces in a broad-based citizen participation process. Raumwerk D is intended to develop an urban development concept for Düsseldorf at an urban level in a discursive process with the city society.
How does integration in the neighbourhood work? How can the participation of all people be ensured – regardless of origin, age, religion, education or social status? How must living, living and working be designed and connected? To answer these questions, VIVAWEST and RAG Montan Immobilien have initiated the project “Glückauf Nachbarn – Modellquartier Integration”. In a multi-stage innovative process with a theoretical think tank and practical workshop phase, four international, interdisciplinary planning teams developed solutions with a model character for integration-promoting neighbourhood development. These results will be presented for the first time in their entirety at the symposium “Glückauf Nachbarn – Impulse für erfolgreich Integration im Quartier” on 20 June 2018. More
Conversation with Esra Akcan (Author), Uli Hellweg (Deutscher Werkbund Berlin e.V.), Kader Konuk (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Vittorio Magnano Lampugnani (Architect and Architectural Historian), Cihan Arin (Architect)
Moderated by Jan Krause (Professor for Architecture Education)
The decision for Hamburg’s new large urban expansion area “Oberbillwerder” has been made. On 24 May 2018, the Advisory Board of the Competitive Dialogue chaired by Uli Hellweg selected the winning design for Oberbillwerder with a clear 18:2 vote: the Danish-Dutch-German planning team ADEPT Aps with Karres + Brands and Transsolar Energietechnik. The “The Connected City” design blends in perfectly with the existing landscape structure and creates new connections to the neighbouring districts. Oberbillwerder is developed as an “Active City” model district and is decisively influenced by the topics of health, nutrition and sport. More
A top-class jury of planners, architects, representatives of local politics, representatives of the citizens and the project partners of the City of Düsseldorf and “DB Station&Service AG”, headed by Uli Hellweg, met in Düsseldorf on Friday, 20 and Saturday, 21 April. The designs of the GTL Michael Triebswetter Landschaftsarchitekt (Kassel), with Vössing Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH (Düsseldorf) and RKW Architektur + (Düsseldorf) and PLANORAMA Landschaftsarchitektur (Berlin), with HOFFMANN – LEICHTER Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH (Berlin) and MONO Architekten Greubel & Schilp & Schmidt PartGmbB (Berlin) were selected as winners for Konrad-Adenauer-Platz, the important station forecourt and entrance area to Düsseldorf city centre. More
The jury, headed by Uli Hellweg, selected the team from Machleidt + Partner – Büro Für Städtebau, Berlin, and SINAI Gesellschaft von Landschaftsarchitekten, Berlin, as 1st prizewinners in the two-phase urban development competition for the former barracks site in Krampnitz (Potsdam). The second prize went to the team happarchitecture, JJH Architekten GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, with Mettler Landschaftsarchitektur, Berlin. The 3rd prize went to the Mars Group in Luxembourg with agence TER, Paris/Karlsruhe. The aim of the competition was to find ecologically, economically and socially sustainable concepts with high urban development quality for an urban district. More
At the general meeting of the Deutscher Werkbund Berlin on 8 March 2018, a new board was elected in accordance with the statutes. The Board of Directors consists now of Uli Hellweg (chairman), urban planner, Stefanie Bürkle (deputy chairman), artist, Harald Bodenschatz, city planner.
In its fifth and sixth meeting, the selection committee for the “Am Alten Markt/Schloßstraße” award procedure, headed by Uli Hellweg, selected one best bidder for each of the nine lots to be awarded. Since December 2017, 23 bidders have been invited to further specify their bids. Among the best bidders are project developers, private investors, owner-occupiers and cooperatives. To the results