The Greater Berlin competition of 1910 marks the emergence of urban planning as a discipline in Germany. Markus Tubbesing, chair at the University of Potsdam, will discuss the inseparable relation of urban design and architecture, and present his latest publication "Atlas zum Städtebau" as a methodology and tool when facing current urban challenges. He will also address the results and consequences of the recently completed Berlin-Brandenburg 2070 competition as a visionary continuation of the ambitions of the Greater Berlin from 100 years ago.
Registration is required to virtually attend this lecture and is available at the Zoom event Merging Urban Planning and Architecture in Theory, Teaching, and Practice.
Originally published at architecture.nd.edu.