Sat, 28.07.18, 10:00 - 23:30
Hangar 1 THF, Berlin, Columbiadamm 10

By 2050, 70% of the world’s population is likely to live in city-like concentrations. This rapid urbanization process threatens natural resources, causes climate gases and poses a great risk to the global ecological and social balance.

A two-week-long neighborhood summer school, from 16.07.-28.07 address these changes. Here, design studio participants are acting as mediators, teachers, and organizers of in-situ neighborhood interventions that are co-designed and co-performed with the identified local actors.


The summer school will be celebrated on Saturday, July 28

10-16h @ Hangar 1 THF, Columbiadamm 10

10-12.30h First Building Block »hands on activity«

12.30-13.30h Lunch Break

The lunch will be provided by the cooking initiative of newcomers alongside the presentations of the Habitat Unit students

13.30-16h Second Building Block »hands on activity«

16-18h Guided neighborhood tour to the urban interventions, starting from Hangar 1

18h onwards ­ Closing party @ Floating University Berlin