FUTURE CITY LAB BERLIN WORKSHOP

The last 3 days we had a very inspiring workshop in the Aedes gallery in Berlin. Future City Lab is imagined by Thomas Auer / Transsolar and Daniel Dendra / anotherArchitect to develop and research the furture of our cities of 2050. Following the spririt ” We cant predict the future we have to design it, the future city lab becomes a network of experts, universities and students from all over the world. 

Normally without a location, the future city lab settled down in the architectural gallery AEDES in Berlin converting the exhibition rooms into a workshop lab hosting several workshops with world class experts and creative students in different fields of interest. 

This time the workshop was called “clothing the city” and was supported by the korean company KOLON, which is one of the biggest groups in Korea. Having the different experts from the automotive, technical textiles and fashion departments on the table the students were able to think about the future of the textile skin of our buildings and facades. 

Next to the experts from Kolon, members of the imagine group Thomas Auer, Ulrich Knaack, Holger Techen and Marcel Bilow also the Korean architects from SUH architects Euhlo Suh and Kyungen Kim joined the workshop to support the students with their concepts and ideas. 

More info about the future city lab on:  http://www.ftrctlb.com/
you can also follow the facebook site of the future city lab just search for futurecitylab.

FUTURE CITY LAB BERLIN WORKSHOP

The last 3 days we had a very inspiring workshop in the Aedes gallery in Berlin. Future City Lab is imagined by Thomas Auer / Transsolar and Daniel Dendra / anotherArchitect to develop and research the furture of our cities of 2050. Following the spririt ” We cant predict the future we have to design it, the future city lab becomes a network of experts, universities and students from all over the world.

Normally without a location, the future city lab settled down in the architectural gallery AEDES in Berlin converting the exhibition rooms into a workshop lab hosting several workshops with world class experts and creative students in different fields of interest.

This time the workshop was called “clothing the city” and was supported by the korean company KOLON, which is one of the biggest groups in Korea. Having the different experts from the automotive, technical textiles and fashion departments on the table the students were able to think about the future of the textile skin of our buildings and facades.

Next to the experts from Kolon, members of the imagine group Thomas Auer, Ulrich Knaack, Holger Techen and Marcel Bilow also the Korean architects from SUH architects Euhlo Suh and Kyungen Kim joined the workshop to support the students with their concepts and ideas.

More info about the future city lab on: http://www.ftrctlb.com/
you can also follow the facebook site of the future city lab just search for futurecitylab.

DETAIL VIDEO ABOUT SOLARLUX COMFORT OFFICE
The detail magazine made a video about sustainable architecture in which also our facade concept for the Solarlux building in the Netherlands is presented.
The video is in german, click in the picture to get it.
For more infos about the project use our tag cloud or search for solarlux in the blog. Picture source:  SOLARLUX / SL Co2mfort-Fassade

DETAIL VIDEO ABOUT SOLARLUX COMFORT OFFICE

The detail magazine made a video about sustainable architecture in which also our facade concept for the Solarlux building in the Netherlands is presented.

The video is in german, click in the picture to get it.

For more infos about the project use our tag cloud or search for solarlux in the blog. Picture source:  SOLARLUX / SL Co2mfort-Fassade