Brooklyn Navy Yards in New York. A project by Macro Sea in cooperation with Terreform 1 ©Terreform 1
Urban Living & Working
New Build Enables
Wilhelmstraße 44 / Entrance Mohrenstraße
Creating Value in Development & Public-Private Ventures: the recent years have seen the developments of derivative forms of public-private partnerships that tend to creatively enlarge the scope of possibilities regarding the definition, the program, the financing and the future uses of a project. How do design and creative tools intervene in the early stages of a project to define new custom made and flexible policies for new build. How do we add value to new live/co-work/design developments and incorporate a sense of corporate social responsibility? What is the outcome of sustainable partnerships between planner and architect?
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Isabel Hoffmann (DE)
Advisor at nuances public affairs.
Erik Spiekermann (DE)
World renowned graphic designer who reflects upon the role of craftsmanship and design in defininf a creative space.
Darwin Ecosystème: Philippe Barre, Sylvain Barfety, Christiaan Weiler (FR)
Initiative of Evolution Limited in Bordeaux, to rehabilitate a part of a former military site as a hub for innovative enterprises and urban culture. Evolution partnered with future users, tenants, and private and public stakeholders.
Le 6b: Julien Beller, Rabia Enckell (FR)
Founders of le 6b, a cultural hub located in an unique compound that was once subjected to demolition. 6b as a cultural experience hands-in-hands within the different partners progressively shifted the fate of the facilities towards a more sustainable vision based on the uses experimented through the 6b existence.
Malzfabrik-Next: Frank Sippel (DE)
The Malzfabrik is an industrial monument characterized by creativity and culture with highlights in sustainability.
Macro Sea: David Belt (USA)
The Brooklyn Navy Yard is a high-tech design and prototyping center comprising 7,800 square metres; a national model for sustainable industrial parks and a unique laboratory for scientists, artists, architects, students and individuals to explore and advance the larger framework of socio-ecological design. Planned with Terreform 1.
Holzmarkt: Mario Husten (DE)
The Holzmarkt project realizes a creative village, a club, a hotel and public river-parks at Berlin’s innercity Spree.
Cathedral Group: Martyn Evans (UK)
Creative Director. Cathedral Group engages in the development of real estate properties in the United Kingdom. Their portfolio includes public-private-partnerships and urban renewal projects.