From large-scale to small-scale planning, the quality of the subsequent result is causally rooted in the planning and procedural culture. The question of the culture of planning processes is therefore aimed at how competitions and public procurement law are handled, at the openness of planning processes and participation procedures, and at the environment or conditions with which new paths for urban development and forward-looking housing construction can be taken.
How can a sustainable planning and procedural culture be designed and implemented? Is an IBA or a local building exhibition, for example in Berlin, a necessary instrument after all? How does past practice in planning culture relate to the challenges of the changing city today? These were the central questions of the discussion with the topic “Planning Culture”.
Florian Hertweck (urban researcher, The Berlin Architecture Controversy).
Manfred Kühne (SenStadtUm)
Martina Löw (TU Berlin, Sociology of Space)
Moderation: Robert K. Huber (zukunftsgeraeusche GbR)