"How will we live tomorrow? New Ways to Social Housing in Europe": Symposium* - Online

How will we live tomorrow?

Symposium

IBA-Symposium

Digitale Vorträge & Online-Diskussionen

23.09.2020 | 14:00 - 24.09.2020 | 16:20
online

In recent years, the issue of affordable housing has become the centre of attention in many large cities. With the International Building Exhibition, Vienna is creating a platform for innovation in regard of "New Social Housing". The IBA_Vienna intends to go beyond the traditional format of a local building exhibition for an international audience as it not only aims at initiating and presenting housing policy innovations itself, but also sets off a broad exchange between cities on main challenges and possible solutions in housing policies. The key element of this discourse is a network of partner cities that is in close contact, jointly defining essential questions and trying to answer them with different approaches. The symposium "How do we live tomorrow? New ways to social housing in Europe" is the kick-off for the cooperation between IBA_Vienna and its partner cities and opens the dialogue along the three main themes of sustainable neighbourhood development, affordability and new ways of housing and climate adaption and sustainability.

 


Program overview

23/09/2020 | 2.00 to 2.15 pm Interim result of IBA_Vienna

23/09/2020 | 2.15 to 3.50 pm Session 1 „sustainable neighbourhood development“

23/09/2020 | 4.10 to 5.50 pm Session 2 „affordability and new ways of housing“
 

24/09/2020 | 2.00 to 3.40 pm Session 3 „climate adaption and sustainability“

24/09/2020 | 3.40 to 4.20 pm Keynote – Housing for all Lecture by Karin Zauner-Lohmeyer, Instigator and spokeswoman of the European citizens‘ initiative „Housing for All“


The symposium (day 1 and day 2) will be held in English.
 


PLEASE REGISTER FOR:

23/09/20 - Online

24/09/20 - Online


 

23rd of September 2020 (online)

  • 2.00 to 2.15 pm

    Welcome & Interim result of IBA_Vienna, Kurt Hofstetter, coordinator of IBA_Vienna

    Moderation: Johannes Lutter und Bernadette Luger, Urban Innovation Vienna

Part 1: Sustainable neighbourhood development

  • 2.15 to 2.25 pm
    Introduction to the topic: Impulse Vienna - Kurt Hofstetter, coordinator of IBA_Vienna
  • 2.25pm to 2.35pm
    Conversation to the positions of Vienna
    Interview with Daniel Glaser - City of Vienna, Housing Promotion and Arbitration Board for Legal Housing Matters
  • 2.35pm to 3.10pm
    Impulse lectures: Approaches of the partner cities
    • Impulse Berlin: Manfred Kühne - City of Berlin, Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing
    • Impulse Cologne: Eric Diversy - moderne stadt
    • Impulse Munich: Nathalie Schaller - mitbauzentrale münchen - and Karla Schilde - City of Munich, Department of Urban Planning and Building Regulation
  • 3.10pm to 3.50pm
    Discussion: Sustainable neighbourhood development - challenges and solutions
    All partner cities with IBA_Vienna and
    • Daniel Glaser - City of Vienna, Housing Promotion and Arbitration Board for Legal Housing Matters
    • Roland Krebs - superwien urbanism
    • Angela Salchegger - GB*Stadtteilmanagement (local area management)
  • 3.50pm to 4.10pm 
    Break

Part 2: Affordability and new ways of housing

  • 4.10pm to 4.20pm
    Introduction to the topic: Impulse Vienna
    Kurt Hofstetter , coordinator of IBA_Vienna
  • 4.20pm to 4.30pm
    Conversation to the positions of Vienna
    Interview with Martin Orner - EBG non-profit Single and Multi-family Houses Building Cooperative
  • 4.30pm to 5.05 pm
    Impulse lectures: Approaches of the partner cities
    • Impulse Barcelona: Javier Burón - Barcelona City Council, Housing
    • Impulse Dublin: Dáithí Downey, Dublin City Council, Housing Policy, Research and Development
    • Impulse Cologne: Jochen Mauel - GAG Immobilien AG
  • 5.05 to 5.45 pm
    Discussion: Affordability and new ways of housing - challenges and solutions All partner cities with IBA_Vienna and
    • Martin Orner - EBG Non-profit Single and Multi-family Houses Building Cooperative
    • Gabu Heindl - architect and urban planner
    • Sina Lipp - neunerhaus
    • Raimund Gutmann - wohnbund:consult
  • 5.45pm to 5.50pm
    Recap & send-off day 1 - Kurt Hofstetter, coordinator of IBA_Vienna

 

24th of September 2020 (online)

  • 2.00pm to 2.05pm
    Welcome by Kurt Hofstetter - coordinator of IBA_Vienna

    Moderation: Johannes Lutter und Bernadette Luger, Urban Innovation Vienna

Part 3: Climate adaptation and sustainability

  • 2.05pm to 2.15pm
    Introduction to the topic: Impulse Vienna Kurt Hofstetter - coordinator of IBA_Vienna
  • 2.15pm to 2.25pm
    Conversation to the positions of Vienna
    Interview with Jürgen Preiss - City of Vienna, Environmental Protection
  • 2.25pm to 3.00pm
    Impulse lectures: Approaches of the partner cities
    • Impulse Stuttgart: Andreas Hofer - IBA´27 Stuttgart
    • Impulse Dublin: Ali Grehan - Dublin City Council, City Architects Division
    • Impulse Berlin: Manfred Kühne - City of Berlin, Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing
  • 3.00pm to 3.40pm
    Discussion: Climate adaptation and sustainability - challenges and solutions
    All partner cities with IBA_Vienna
  • 3.40pm to 4.10pm
    Keynote - Housing for all
    Lecture by Karin Zauner-Lohnmeyer, instigator and spokeswoman of the Euopean citizen's initiative "Housing for all"
  • 4.10pm to 4.20pm
    Questions
  • 4.20pm to 4.25pm
    Send-Off audience
    Kurt Hofstetter - coordinator of IBA_Vienna

 


* Registration for this event is possible here (23rd) and here (24th).


 

Videos

"How will we live tomorrow? New ways of social housing in Europe" - Part 1

"How will we live tomorrow? New ways of social housing in Europe" - Part 2

"How will we live tomorrow? New ways of social housing in Europe" - Part 3

"How will we live tomorrow? New ways of social housing in Europe" - Graphic Recording

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