Symposium

The question whether "green infrastructure" can be regarded as a new paradigm for the design of social relations to nature or just a current synonym for the traditional term landscape formed the focus of he symposium "Designing Nature as Infrastructure" held at TU Munich in November 2012. Planners, designers, ecologists and engineers working in research as well as in practice discussed the hot topic of infrastructure. Their contributions show, in which way it is possible to have design and ecology interact with each other and which role "green infrastructure" can play in the restructuring of urban and rural spaces. 


29. and 30.11.2012
Technische Universität München
Vorhoelzer Forum, Arcisstraße 21, München

Hosted by

Technische Universität München,
TUM Graduate School
Graduate Center of Architecture



Organized by

Technisch Universität München | Faculty for Architecture
Institute for Urban Design, Urbanism and Landscape

Chair of Landscape Architecture and Public Space and
Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Open Space

Scientific committee

Thomas Hauck, assistant professor,
Chair of Landscape Architecture and Public Space (LAO)

Daniel Czechowski, scientific assistant
Georg Hausladen, lecturer integration ecology,
Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Open Space (LAREG)

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