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Week I: Analysis + Reflection

17 March
Saturday
 
Arrival of participants and accommodation [IGH, International Guest House, Hochschustr. 50, 01069 Dresden]
17:00—20:00
Get–together:  MAX, Großstadtcafé, Wilsdruffer Str. 24, 01067 Dresden, www.max-dresden.de
20:00—21:00
Organizational meeting of tutors — group division and work outline.
 
18 March
Sunday
9:00—10:00
Briefing on project objectives, program and contents [HTW Dresden, Friedrich-List-Platz 1, Ground Floor, PAB exhibition area www.htw-dresden.de]
HTW Dresden:
C. SCHERZER
A. MENSING–DE JONG
CUT Krakow:
K. RACOŃ–LEJA
 

Guided study visit to City center and exploration of workshop areas

HTW Dresden:
C. SCHERZER
A. MENSING–DE JONG
10:00
Station area, 1970s Prager Strasse, Altmarkt (Old market square)
11:00—12:30
Visit City Museum, Information on City History
12:30—13:15
Neumarkt, former Royal Palace, Bruhl Terrace with Arts Academy
14:00—15:30
Guided visit to the New Synagogue
16:00—19:00
Exploration of workshop area in mixed groups, Q&A on its characteristics
19:00
Dinner: Restaurant Schiesshaus, Am Schießhaus 19, 01067 Dresden
www.zum-schiesshaus.de
19 March
Monday
9:30—11:00
[Blockhaus] Introduction to the urban issues
 

Lectures:

  • Impact of the World War II on contemporary planning and urban design; Case: Oswiecim [CUT Krakow — K. RACON–LEJA]
  • Architectural and urban design issues related to the past and present development problems of cities impacted by the Second World War; Case: Rotterdam [TU Delft — E. DEKKER]
11:00—17:00
Group integration and fieldwork site investigation
(13:00-14:00 — lunch break)
17:00
Urban Development in Dresden
Welcoming by Stefan SZUGGAT, Chief Officer, City of Dresden Planning Department
17:15
Lecture of an outside expert:
Dresden Inner City Planning: Strategies and Exemplary Development Areas
Dr. Barbara ENGEL, City of Dresden Planning Department
18:30—20:00
Panel discussion with participation of group of interests: local residents and enterprises; City Council's feedback
20 March
Tuesday
09:00—10:00
Group work on project — problem identification [Blockhaus]
10:30—13:00
Military History Museum. Concept, Architecture, Exhibition — Impact of the Militarism, Wielun-Coventry-Dresden war destroyed cities
experts guidance: dr. G. PIEKEN, M. HORST
14:00—20:00
Group work
21 March
Wednesday
09:00—17:00
Group and individual work on site analysis (bicycles)
(13:00-14:00 — lunch break)
17:00—20:00
Lectures of outside experts:
  • City and War: Commemoration and Political Debate in Dresden (Mathias Neutzner, historian at TU Dresden)
  • Erinnerung — GEWALT — Verdraengung. Exhibition by TU Dresden students (Prof. Dr–Ing. Niels–Christian FRITSCHE, M. NEUTZNER)
20:00—23:00
Teamwork (optional)
22 March
Thursday
09:00—13:00
Teamwork on project [Blockhaus], site analysis field study (optional)
14:00—20:00
(23:00)
Teamwork on project, site analysis
23 March
Friday
10:00—11:00
Group work regarding the urban and architectural issues.
Presentation preparation [HTW, Exhibition area, Fr. List-Platz 1]
11:00—17:00

Mid Presentation

Review of the present stage of the project, including design idea and individual methods of problem solving
Critique:
A. MENSING–DE JONG
C. SCHERZER
M. NEUTZNER
K. BIEDA
K. RACON–LEJA
B. HOMINSKI
E. DEKKER
M. de HAAS
M. SCHOONDERBEEK
T. KAUERTZ
M. WAGNER
(13:00-14:00 — lunch break)
Lecture:
Comprehensive social, economic and cultural aspects and the present identity of cities with “footprints” of the past; Development of Idea
TU Delft: M. SCHOONDERBEEK
19:00
Semper–Opera: Dead Man Walking — an opera by Jake Heggie/Terrence McNally
23:00
Social performance as project participation (students' intiative)
Herzogin Garten
24 March
Saturday
08:00
Leaving for Hildesheim [Guesthaus]; reflection after presentation on urban and architectural issues
12:00
Welcoming buffet
12:30
HAWK Hildesheim - Introduction to architecture and urban design at HAWK
Lecture:
Hidesheim as an example of war impact and reconstruction
Prof. Dr. Günther BAHRE, Dean of the Faculty
M. SPRYSCH, vice dean
professors: M. WAGNER and T. KAUERTZ
15:00—19:00
Impact of the II War on urban design and architecture in Hildesheim — guided study tour by Prof. Martin TUMM and Prof. Dr Christoph GERLACH (HAWK Hildeshiem)
The Unesco Heritage site, St. Mary's Cathedral, St. Michael's Church, Hildesheim Market Reconstruction
19:00
Dinner in the Knochenhauer–Amtshaus (Butchers' Guild Hall) on invitation of HAWK Hildesheim. Tutors' discussion on IP evaluation and future steps.
Accomodation: Gästhaus Klocke, Jugendherberge Hildesheim.
25 March
Sunday
09:00
Leave from the Hotel and Jugendherberge
10:00
Guided tour to Unesco World Heritage Site – Fagus Factory, Architect Walter Gropius
12:00
Leaving for Dresden
17:00
Hellerau Garden City tour
19:00
Return to Dresden

Week II: Concepts

26 March
Monday
09:00—10:00
Lecture:
Public space and transportation issued in the city – with its present and past implications
CUT Krakow: K. BIEDA
10:00—16:00
Teamwork on project
(13:00-14:00 — lunch break)
16:00—19:00
Workshop involving persons with special needs
20:00
Social participation action involvement in Neustadt Area
(students' group involvement)
27 March
Tuesday
09:00—13:00
Lecture and Seminar:
Planning in the Wake of War — a Disaster but an Opportunity. Issues related to war destruction in Dresden, Rotterdam, London, Coventry
Prof. Dr. N. GUTSCHOW
14:00—20:00
(22:00)
Teamwork on project: identification of the special groups of interests and needs. Conceptual work
28 March
Wednesday
09:00—11:00
Lecture:
Living in the city – new groups of interests and new forms of residence in cities with strong historical implications
TU Delft: M. de HAAS; HAWK Hildesheim: M. SPRYSCH
11:00—13:00,
14:00—17:30
Teamwork on project, its presentation/implementation
17:30
Lecture of an external expert:
Dresden urban development / Renewal of 1970's and 80's housing in the City Centre
Prof. Thomas KNERER
19:00—22:00
Team and individual work
29 March
Thursday
09:00—13:00
Teamwork on project and its presentation
13:00—14:00
Lunch buffet
14:00—23:00
  • Teamwork on project and its presentation
  • Tutors' meeting on project evaluation and future steps. Preparation of the Final Reports and course evaluation. Discussion on the results and dissemination of the results.
30 March
Friday
09:00—11:00
Printout and final presentation preparation
11:00
Address to IP Participants and Guests
HTW Prorector for Teaching and Study Prof. Dr. H. Beidatsch
11:15—16:00

Final presentation and discussion session. Public discussion with project participants, other students, academics, local residents, city council members, enterprises, and others.

Critique/external evaluators:
dr B. ENGELS [Dresden]
ir M. Aarts and Finnbar Mc COMB [Rotterdam]
A. FRANTA [Krakow]
Jury Tutors:
HTW Dresden: A. MENSING–DE JONG, C. SCHERTZER
CUT Krakow: K. BIEDA, K. RACON–LEJA, M. PALEJ
HAWK Hildesheim: M. SPRYSCH, T. KAUERTZ
TU Delft: M. de HAAS
16:00—16:30
IP Questionaire
20:00
Dinner

Celebrating the results!

Schillergarten, Schillerplatz 9, 01309 Dresden
31 March
Saturday
 
Departure of students and tutors
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