Workshop 18: The future meets the tried and tested - Vienna's new residential quarters networking with existing buildings
Thuesday, 19. November 2019 | 13:00 – 17:00
Tech Gate Vienna | Multimedia Stage Auditorium | Donau-City-Straße 1, 1220 Vienna
What it is about?
Social housing in Vienna is the motor of urban development and thus a guarantee for affordable and high-quality housing. These new living quarters meet already existing structures of historically grown city districts and their inhabitants. The Housing Research Day 2019 focuses on the design, social and ecological added value that new housing developments can and should provide for the neighbouring existing city.
The aspect of social networking and therefor a good cooperation is of particular importance. The perspectivs of how networking within newly created neighbourhoods works and how it succeeds with the existing environment will be the two main topics.
Heidrun Eberle, working at the SIM Social Planning and Neighbourhood Development Institute in Munich, will be giving a guest lecture on "Neighbourhood development as a social process".
13:00 Start of the event
Kurt Puchinger, Business Group Housing, Housing Construction, Urban Renewal and Women
Georg Fellner, City of Vienna, MA 50, Head of Department Housing Research
Johannes Lutter, Urban Innovation Vienna
13:30 Quarter development as a social process
Heidrun Eberle, SIM Social Planning and Neighbourhood Development, Munich
Figures, data and facts on the new housing developments in Vienna - a quantitative finding
Michael Wagner-Pinter, Synthesis Research, Vienna
15.00 Reality check: Interfaces between subsidised housing and urban space
Verena Paul & Josef Hameter, Büro raum und plan - spatial planning | landscape planning | consulting, Vienna
Nicole Büchl, wohnfonds_wien
15.40 Digital Bassena - Social media as an instrument of neighbourhood education
Mailin Gaupp-Berghausen & Erich Dallhammer, Austrian Institute of Spatial Planning (ÖIR), Vienna
Sabine Gehmayr, Büro stadtluft - Design of living space, Vienna
16.20 Settlement monitoring Urban Lakeside Aspern
Christoph Reinprecht & Cornelia Dlabaja, Institute for Sociology, University of Vienna
Kurt Hofstetter, Coordinator IBA_Vienna - New Social Housing
17.00 End of the event
Networking & Buff